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Modeling and Simulation in Python

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Modeling and Simulation in Python
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Publisher: Green Tea Press
Number of pages: 206

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Modeling and Simulation in Python is an introduction to physical modeling using a computational approach. Taking a computational approach makes it possible to work with more realistic models than what you typically see in a first-year physics class, with the option to include features like friction and drag.

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