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Re: Mathematica student certification now available

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  • Subject: [mg88344] Re: Mathematica student certification now available
  • From: sdw <nospam.warwick at jps.net>
  • Date: Fri, 2 May 2008 03:44:10 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <fvc611$9mj$1@smc.vnet.net>

It would be fun for the community to develop a "professional" version of
such a test,  with questions taken from this group that show up over and
over,  year after year.

question #1:     what does @@@ do?

question #2:   how to get a high-resolution publication-quality pdf

question #3:   is Sqrt[]  broken?

question #4:   how do you get Solve[] to product results using
litzghoff-weitzerstrauss notation  ( trick question )

< your contribution here.. >






Wolfram Research wrote:
> Mathematica Student Certification Now Available
>
> Wolfram Research is pleased to announce the Mathematica Student
> Certification Program to support our student users. Mathematica
> Student Certification can give student resum=E9s the competitive
> edge needed in many career fields. Many businesses are looking
> for employees who can solve problems in a quick, efficient
> manner--which is something Mathematica users can do. Students who
> want to demonstrate and receive recognition for their Mathematica
> skills are invited to take the Certification test.
>
> More details are available at the Mathematica Student
> Certification Program:
> http://www.wolfram.com/services/certification
>
>  


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