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Re: Showing Intermidate steps

  • Subject: [mg2918] Re: Showing Intermidate steps
  • From: wfigueroa at mosquito.com (wilson figueroa)
  • Date: 11 Jan 1996 09:42:38 -0600
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  • Organization: Mosquito Net, Inc.
  • Sender: mj at wri.com

You can use PowerExpand[x^2*y*z], but I didn't bother with
your question for the intermediate steps.  This is probably
also easy by turning on some verbose mode.

Have fun!

Wilson



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