Python for Education
by Ajith Kumar
Publisher: Inter University Accelerator Centre 2010
Number of pages: 110
Primary objective of this book is to explore the possibilities of using Python language as a tool for learning mathematics and science. The reader is not assumed to be familiar with computer programming. Ability to think logically is enough.
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