RobertSmith13 wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 17, 2020 1:10 pm
Yes, but not fully. There are some Mathematica application features (certain Add-Ons, Links, and other components) that can go for free.
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Mathematica is a fantastic program that generally costs much more than a complete Pi setup. Now with the 4GB version of the 4B, it runs really well.
Note, however, that running the computer algebra system called Mathematica on the Raspberry Pi is different than looking up answers to homework questions using Wolfram Alpha online. In fact, it's a whole programming language in which algebraic expressions are primative data types that can be manipulated using a wide variety of built-in functions that perform things like integration, plotting, polynomial root finding, substitution and differentiation among others.
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