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So the data you want is here: WolframAlpha["p/e msft 1/3/2000 to 6/1/2000"] How can it be accessed? Assuming you want the data from the plot, you need to see what the name of the pod you are interested is, WolframAlpha["p/e msft 1/3/2000 to 6/1/2000", "PodIDs"] (* {"Input", "Result", "DateRangeSpecified:PriceEarningsRatio:FinancialData"} *) That ...


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I do not use the Wolfram Language at Wolfram Alpha since the syntax is a little different and I have access to Wolfram Mathematica which I prefer to Wolfram Alpha. If you have Wolfram Mathematica, then you use one of the Wolfram language commands, called FourierCoefficient to generate $a_n$ and $b_n$ as follows. (You can try these commands at Wolfram Alpha, ...



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