The following listing contains a complete index of all articles, columns and special features that have appeared in Mathematica in Education and
Research in Volume 1. Back issue orders are subject to availability and can be obtained by contacting the publisher
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Making Animations and Flipbooks, by Carl Swenson of Seattle
University. pp. 1--7.

Let THEM Wow You!, by Brian Winkel of Rose-Hulman Institute
of Technology. pp. 8--11.

Illustrating Solutions to 2D Partial Differential Equations,
by Matthew M. Thomas of Washington University of St. Louis. pp. 11--13.

Having a Guru at Your Side, book review of Mathematica: A Practical Approach. Review by Richard J. Gaylord of the University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. pp. 13--14.

Public Key Cryptology: The RSA Method, by Allan Jaffray, student at
Sonoma State University. pp. 22--23.

Sums of Cubes of Digits---Driven to Abstraction, by Allan Hayes of
Leicester University. pp. 3--11.

Using to Find Closed Form Expressions for Approximations to
Sqrt[x], by Alfred Gray of University of Maryland and Ronald
Knill of Tulane University. pp. 12--13.

A Probability Lesson with , by Lennart Räde of Chalmers
University of Technology. pp. 14--16.

Column: Excursions in Programming. Spreading Phenomena, edited by Richard J. Gaylord of University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. pp. 17--19.