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Further Examples: List

A Mathematica list provides a way for you to group any kind of expressions.

Here is a list of numbers.

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This gives a list of symbolic expressions.

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You can differentiate these expressions.

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Or your can find their values when x is replaced with 3.

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Here are two ways to see the internal representation of a list.

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