### An introduction to Axiom (4): Lists and matrices

Following on from http://amca01.wordpress.com/2008/05/26/an-introduction-to-axiom-3/, here’s the fourth installment – lists, matrices and linear algebra. Lists are a standard data structure…

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# Month: May 2008

### An introduction to Axiom (4): Lists and matrices

### An introduction to Axiom (3): Calculus

### An introduction to Axiom (2): Algebra

### An introduction to Axiom (1): The basics

### Calculating pi

### Numerical computation of square roots

### A really beautiful animation

### "Down with Determinants"

Various things, mostly mathematical

Following on from http://amca01.wordpress.com/2008/05/26/an-introduction-to-axiom-3/, here’s the fourth installment – lists, matrices and linear algebra. Lists are a standard data structure…

This is the third in a sequence of posts about the open source CAS Axiom. The previous post can be…

This is the second in a sequence of posts about the open source CAS Axiom. The first can be found…

This is the first of what I intend to be a series of posts, exploring the open source computer algebra…

Here’s a lovely iteration which converges quadratically to . Start with: . Then: for for for This remarkable iteration comes…

If you calculate by applying the Newton iteration to the equation , you obtain . The trouble with this particular…

Every now and again I come across a mathematical image so powerful that it quite stops me in my tracks….

It’s always pleasant to find a pedagogical decision being supported by a higher authority. In my case, the decision was…