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Re: Which Mathematica product should I get?


Yes, I'm fully aware of this.

I just don't know which variant of Mathematica to get. What's the advantage 
of CalcCenter over Mathematica, and is CalculusVIS worth buying too?


<siewsk at bp.com> wrote in message news:eu5584$lop$1 at smc.vnet.net...
>
> Mathematica is a tool. A very very useful tool but it is still a tool.
>
> Having said that, please get Mathematica if you can afford it because
> you will be using the same tool even when you enter a university.
> Having a consistent tool for the next 6 years will be of great benefit
> to you.
>
> Like all things in life, there will be a learning curve.
>
> I have no problems entering calculus equations in Mathematica, either
> using the keyboard or using the mouse with the Formula palletes.
>
> 




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