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How to extract a possible closed form from WolframAlpha output
To find a possible closed form of a number, I can use the function
WolframAlpha["6.38905609893065", IncludePods -> "PossibleClosedForm"]
It returns a result ...
Oct 31 '13 at 20:36
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