### An introduction to Axiom (6): Types

So far, Axiom does most of the calculation we would expect of any computer algebra system. But now we look…

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# Numbers and Shapes

### An introduction to Axiom (6): Types

### An introduction to Axiom (5): Graphics

### 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

So far, Axiom does most of the calculation we would expect of any computer algebra system. But now we look…

Moving right on, from http://amca01.wordpress.com/2008/05/29/an-introduction-to-axiom-4/ this post will be a simple introduction to Axiom’s graphics. To obtain graphics, you need…

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…