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Hands-on start to Wolfram|Alpha notebook edition — by Hastings and Mischo

Even for secondary school too simple and uninspiring. My advice is to not buy it and don’t read it.

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Hands-on start to Wolfram Mathematica – and Programming with Wolfram language — by Hastings, Mischo and Morrison

The first few hundred pages you are enthusiastic what is all possible with Wolfram products, during these pages you must have met chapters that are of no interest to you and you got the feeling it scratches surfaces, but nowhere … Continue reading

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Fermat’s Last Theorem – Simon Singh

Joy from all angles. With titbits and tidbits, which you might or might not have known, like for example we still didn’t proof whether or not there are slightly excessive numbers. Useful for understanding numbers, useless according to dandy Hardy, … Continue reading

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Weapons of Math Destruction – Cathy O’Neil

What it is about, Wikipedia, with a bit of kris, says it clearly enough: O’Neil, a mathematician or how she calls herself math babe (, analyses how the use of big data and algorithms in a variety of fields, including … Continue reading

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