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Using Free-Form Input and Wolfram|Alpha Data

With Mathematica 8, you can enter your queries in plain English, using new free-form linguistic input, and access Wolfram|Alpha's more than 10 trillion pieces of curated, up-to-date, and ready-to-use data. Learn more in this screencast.

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