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Referring to the two math softwares, I want to know if Euler includes Maxima inside it. So, if I download and install the Windows version of Euler, will I be installing Maxima as well?

So, which one is "better"?

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What "two math softwares"? –  Billy ONeal Dec 19 '10 at 7:11
    
    
@Billy By "two math softwares", I mean Euler and Maxima. –  muntoo Feb 13 '11 at 5:36

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From http://eumat.sourceforge.net/download.html:

This is a self extracting Windows installer for Euler, including Maxima, (…)

Maxima is one component of Euler, mainly handling symbolic computations.

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<s>So... this means I should get Euler?</s> Nevermind, I'm just going to download it. –  muntoo Dec 19 '10 at 21:39

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