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The symbols that are market [[EXPERIMENTAL]] in the documentation are in their own entity class of the "WolframLanguageSymbol" entity type named "UnderDevelopment". EntityClass["WolframLanguageSymbol", "UnderDevelopment"] Here is a list of all the 25 symbols currently (version 10.3) in EntityList[EntityClass["WolframLanguageSymbol", "UnderDevelopment"]] ...


test[x_] := With[{a = Length[First@RealDigits[x]], b = Round[Precision[x]]}, a == b ] the test is False for any Integer and Rational, exact symbols like Pi, etc. Its also False for N[m, n] for any m power of 10 and n been an Integer. As well as for some other Real numbers, I'm guessing depending on the internal representation. test[N[1, 10.3]] ...


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I also use Mathematica for calculating derivatives prices. As I understand FinancialDerivative[(*option params*),"GridSize"->{}] is equivalent to Finite Differences method. And FinancialDerivative[(*option params*), "Paths"->] is equivalent to Monte-Carlo method. By default Mathematica chooses optimal method depending of option type and time to ...

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