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Topic: Mathematica help
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Dave Seaman

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Re: Mathematica help
Posted: Sep 23, 2001 9:52 AM
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In article <tqodt5k9srta6d@corp.supernews.com>,
Tralfaz <tralfaz@usol.com> wrote:
>I'm taking a class that assumes a knowledge of basic Mathematica. Is there
>a good web site to get at least a working knowledge of it?

If you are using Mathematica in a lab and you don't have access to a hard
copy of the Mathematica book, its complete contents (all 1400+ pages) are
available in Mathematica's help browser. Look in the "Help" menu.

Dave Seaman dseaman@purdue.edu
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