Questions tagged [wolfram-alpha]

Wolfram|Alpha is a "computational knowledge engine" developed by Wolfram Research, announced in March of 2009. It is unique in that in answers queries with direct computational results, rather than bringing up a page of documents and various webpages as most search engines do.

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Does Wolfram|Alpha support Knuth's up-arrow notation?

Inspired by Hjan's answer to Don't settle for a billion, I wanted to try calculating the value of using WolframAlpha. I've tried using 6↑↑100, 6↑100, and 6 arrow 100 to represent Knuth's up-arrow ...
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How can I have wolfram alpha perform substitutions?

I've used Wolfram Alpha for years, but I've never really understood how to type in complex formulas so that Wolfram Alpha can understand them. Specifically, I struggle with telling Wolfram Alpha what ...
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Plot multiple functions in Wolfram Alpha

I tried to multiple plot in WolframAlpha using this command from the Forum: plot {1<=x<=2 1<y<3} and plot {x=4 1<y<3} and plot {1<=x<=2 y=4} and plot {x=4 y=4} and plot {1<=...
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How to substitute values to equation in Wolfram Alpha?

It's a fundamental use and WolframAlpha appeared entirely uncooperative. Given: E = (4.49*10^16 Joules), m = (1 kilogram), c = (speed of light in vacuum), and the equation: v = (sqrt(E) c sqrt(2 c^...
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Is it possible to associate equations with theorems?

Suppose I wanted to find out about the Pythagorean Theorem by searching via WolframAlpha. This is trivial -- we can search directly for Pythagorean Theorem and get a wealth of information. But ...
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What font does Wolfram Alpha use for its results?

What font does Wolfram Alpha use for its results? During my research on the internet I came across the following URL: Styles and Fonts in Output—Wolfram Language Documentation Three fonts are named ...
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finding the next iteration value in newton raphson method

Is there some easier way to tell wolfram to compute the next approximation using wolfram alpha. I am hoping there is a way to analytically compute this. The best I got was: http://www.wolframalpha....