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Can Mathematica 9 peacefully coexist with Mathematica 8 on Windows?
I am running Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 3). I am a graduate student, and my institution has a license for Mathematica for Students. Back when Mathematica 8 was released, I was worried ...
Jul 6 '13 at 17:04
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