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Calculus Using Mathematica: Scientific Projects and Mathematical Background is a companion to the core text, Calculus Using Mathematica. The book contains projects that illustrate applications of calculus to a variety of practical situations. The text consists of 14 chapters of various projects on how to apply the concepts and methodologies of calculus. Chapters are devoted to epidemiological applications; log and exponential functions in science; applications to mechanics, optics, economics, and ecology. Applications of linear differential equations; forced linear equations; differential equations from vector geometry; and to chemical reactions are presented as well. College students of calculus will find this book very helpful.

Calculus Using Mathematica: Scientific Projects and Mathematical Background is a companion to the core text, Calculus Using Mathematica. The book contains projects that illustrate applications of calculus to a variety of practical situations. The text consists of 14 chapters of various projects on how to apply the concepts and methodologies of calculus. Chapters are devoted to epidemiological applications; log and exponential functions in science; applications to mechanics, optics, economics, and ecology. Applications of linear differential equations; forced linear equations; differential equations from vector geometry; and to chemical reactions are presented as well. College students of calculus will find this book very helpful.

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978-0-12-672975-7

### Language

English

### Published

1993

### Copyright

Copyright © 1993 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Academic Press