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Re: Mathematica and trivial math problems that school children can solve.

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oh it's definitely like chess.  mathematica exausts it's quicker than
slower methods.  and so do we .

it's like chess if mathematica will save one a headache and allot of
paper or cause it.

some get paid always, some never

philosophy of it all ? :)  interesting



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