Mathematica For Physics Zimmerman Pdf 17
Mathematica for Physics, Second Edition by Robert Zimmerman and Fredrick Olness
Mathematica is a powerful software for doing mathematics and physics. It can perform symbolic and numerical calculations, create graphics and animations, solve equations and differential equations, and much more. Mathematica can also be used as a tool for learning and exploring physics concepts and phenomena.
One of the books that teaches how to use Mathematica for physics is Mathematica for Physics, Second Edition by Robert Zimmerman and Fredrick Olness. This book is intended for undergraduates, graduate students, and practicing physicists who want to learn new Mathematica techniques for solving a general class of physics problems. The book assumes some familiarity with Mathematica, but the focus is on physics rather than on rudimentary Mathematica techniques.
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The book covers topics such as Newtonian mechanics, oscillating systems, nonlinear systems, discrete dynamical systems, Lagrangians and Hamiltonians, orbiting bodies, electrostatics, quantum mechanics, relativity and cosmology. The book also includes experimental activities that are designed to deepen and broaden the reader's understanding of physics. The book uses Mathematica version 4 or higher, but most of the examples can be adapted to earlier versions.
The book has an electronic supplement that contains all the Mathematica input from the book in notebook format. The electronic supplement can be downloaded from the authors' website or from the Wolfram Library Archive. The electronic supplement also has notes and errata for the book.
The book is available in paperback format from Addison-Wesley or from online retailers such as Amazon. The book has 645 pages and costs $79.99. The book has received positive reviews from readers who praised its clarity, depth, and usefulness.
If you are interested in learning how to use Mathematica for physics, you may want to check out Mathematica for Physics, Second Edition by Robert Zimmerman and Fredrick Olness. It is a comprehensive and practical guide that will help you master the software and enhance your physics knowledge.