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General--tracing the solver

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  • Subject: [mg62914] General--tracing the solver
  • From: jpral at yahoo.com
  • Date: Thu, 8 Dec 2005 00:05:50 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

hi, 
I generaly know, what Mathematica is up to,
but I am interested, is it possible to trace the solver as the problem is being solved
can I get step by step output (as we are taught in calculus studies) instead of just the final answer?

thanks in adwance

ps.: the idea behind this is that I want to show our lecturers, that swotting of formulas or methods is no big use in XXI age. The only thing You have to think is to look through the formulas and find the pattern, according to whitch solving goes on. The two first semesters of higher math is mainly swoting the methods and no big imagination training -  I'd say, why are we taught to invent bicycles? 

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