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Re: Mathematica is not very clever


On 1/13/05 at 3:12 AM, astanoff at yahoo.fr (Astanoff) wrote:

>I wonder why mathematica doesn't provide an engine (like Plouffe's
>inverter) to convert a floating-point value into an exact value...

It does. The function to do this is Rationalize. For example,

Rationalize[0.0376]

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