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### Showing steps for TrigExpand

If I enter a double equal sign and the following in Mathematica 10: == integrate 1/(1+x^4) Then wolfram alpha allows me to select a Step-by-step solution, which ...
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### step by step interactive indefinite integral

WolframAlpha can give step by step solution for indefinite integral. There seems to be similar question but for derivatives. Is there a way that I can generate my own step by step solution for ...
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### How to replace While construct to NestWhile(functional-style) correctly?

Recently,I find the program of @J.M. about Get a "step-by-step" evaluation in Mathematica is a very useful example for learning Mathematica programming. In the function ...
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### Equivalent of Maple ShowSolution command in *Matematica* [duplicate]

While responding to a comment (...solve it by hand quickly) on this question, I used Maple to see all the steps in an integration, differentiation, and limit, like this The Maple command ...
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### How should I define functions that distribute over Plus?

I have a linear function which also follows the chain rule (it is a derivation), so I defined it recursively, following a Wolfram tutorial (which I've misplaced) and other related answers: ...
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### How to get details about how Mathematica did a definite Integral

Assuming[{Element[S, Reals],S>0},Integrate[Exp[-I*S*w]/(w^2 + 1)^(3/2) ,{w, 0, Infinity}]] gets ...
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### How is Integrate Implemented? [duplicate]

At the end of this 90 minute lecture by Stephen Wolfram on the history of the development of Mathematica, Wolfram takes questions from the audience. One of those questions asked how the ...
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### functional derivative a functional

Can we calculate step by step functional derivative of the following functional by Mathematica? $$J(y) = \int_{x_0}^{x_1} \left( y^6(x) \right) \, \mathrm{d}x$$
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### Can Wolfram Development platform use wolfram alpha?

I would like to be able to acces/show the step by step solutions from wolfram alpha in a note book! Is this possible? An
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### Interested in knowing what substitutions were made to perform an Integrate[]? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How does Mathematica integrate? Mathematica can perform the following integral with apparent ease (returning very fast with the result) ...

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