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Mathematical Functions
Mathematica has the most extensive collection of mathematical functions ever assembled. Often relying on original results and algorithms developed at Wolfram Research over the past two decades, each function supports a full range of symbolic operations, as well as efficient numerical evaluation to arbitrary precision, for all complex values of parameters.
Pi()  ▪ E()  ▪ Degree(°)  ▪ EulerGamma  ▪ ...
I()  ▪ Re  ▪ Im  ▪ Conjugate  ▪ Abs  ▪ Arg  ▪ ...
Plus(+)  ▪ Times(×)  ▪ Power(^)  ▪ Sqrt  ▪ Total  ▪ ...
Abs  ▪ Round  ▪ Floor  ▪ Min  ▪ Max  ▪ Clip  ▪ Rescale  ▪ ...
Log  ▪ Exp  ▪ Sqrt  ▪ Sin  ▪ Cos  ▪ Tan  ▪ ArcTan  ▪ Tanh  ▪ Sinc  ▪ ...
Gamma  ▪ Erf  ▪ BesselJ  ▪ BesselK  ▪ AiryAi  ▪ EllipticK  ▪ LegendreP  ▪ ChebyshevT  ▪ HermiteH  ▪ LaguerreL  ▪ SpheroidalS1  ▪ JacobiSN  ▪ WeierstrassP  ▪ Zeta  ▪ PolyLog  ▪ EllipticTheta  ▪ Hypergeometric2F1  ▪ HypergeometricPFQ  ▪ MeijerG  ▪ AppellF1  ▪ ...
Mod  ▪ Quotient  ▪ Divisible  ▪ GCD  ▪ Factorial(!)  ▪ Binomial  ▪ Fibonacci  ▪ BernoulliB  ▪ StirlingS1  ▪ IntegerDigits  ▪ DigitCount  ▪ BitAnd  ▪ ...
FactorInteger  ▪ Prime  ▪ PrimePi  ▪ EulerPhi  ▪ MoebiusMu  ▪ DivisorSigma  ▪ JacobiSymbol  ▪ MultiplicativeOrder  ▪ PartitionsP  ▪ SquaresR  ▪ ...
    
N numerical evaluation to any precision
FunctionExpand expand in terms of simpler functions
FullSimplify apply full symbolic simplification
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