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Re: Intermediate computational results


Perhaps Trace does what you want.

In[2]:= Trace[A=B+C*D /.{B->10,C->11,D->12}]
Out[2]= {{B+C D/.{B->10,C->11,D->12},10+11 12,{11
12,132},10+132,142},A=142,142}

Richard Hofler
Professor
Department of Economics


-----Original Message-----
From: TL [mailto:latev at shaw.ca]
Sent: Friday, January 16, 2009 6:09 AM
To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
Subject: [mg95389] [mg95349] Intermediate computational results

I have a mathematical expression and I have to demonstrate a real world
example - an actual computation using the formula.
For that purpose I'd like to show all intermediate steps, not just the
final result.
Is there a way to tell Mathematica to do one step at a time and not just

show the final result?

For example

A=B+CD
B=10
C=11
D=12

A=10+11x12=10+132=142

In other words I wouldn't like to type in all the equations with the
exact numerical values.




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