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Topic: Wolfram Alpha's response on "Who is Euler?"
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Peter Luschny

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Re: Wolfram Alpha's response on business model
Posted: May 28, 2009 3:56 PM
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On 21 Mai, 16:11, Richard Fateman <fate...@cs.berkeley.edu> wrote:

> "what is the height of the campanile in Berkeley, california?"
> note that Google gives, for {berkeley campanile height} as the first hit:
> Campanile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
> Sather Tower, "The Campanile" and carillon of the University of
> California, Berkeley, is 307 ft (93.6 m) tall and has 61 bells. ..."
> Maybe we should wait for Wolfram Beta.


Or for Bing? Six days to go.
http://www.bing.com/

And I will try again
pi_15(S^8)

I bet you win.



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