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09082017, 11:09 AM
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RE: Acron RPN announces v3.0 BETA
I wouldn't go as far as everything but you do need to have a breadth. It's also a lot of fun and a lot of work.
Wolfram Alpha and Wikipedia aren't the only places. The GNU Scientific Library is great and well documented. There are plenty of textbooks and reference books. After that journals and the literature. Handbook of Mathematical Functions by Abramowitz and Stegun is almost a bible for approximations for all manner of functions. The NIST Digital Library of Mathematical Functions is similar and updated. It has better (colour) eye candy. I've got paper copies of both but that is a luxury really. Pauli 

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