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It''s not Mathematica, their site offers a free 15-day trial, but you have to pay for the software.

The only good and free math program I know of is Octave, which is GPLed freeware. It''s supposedly almost source-compatible with Matlab (I''ve never used Matlab, so I wouldn''t know).

I liked Octave when I used it. It''s good for a lot of things, but getting it to plot curves and stuff seemed to take jumping through a lot of hoops...

-Auron

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Another good free one (there is a free license available, and a commercial version also) is Mupad.
It does lots of nice stuff, with symbolic calculations and a good (and pretty easy to use) curve and surface plotting library among other things.
I''ve not used Octave though so I can''t compare it to that.

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