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Dynamics, Geometry, and Randomness

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Review Reading

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Mathematica Examples

### Mathematica Hints

- After opening a mathematica notebook, you need to re-evaluate each
input cell (a section marked by a blue bracket at the right) by
selecting it and pressing
**Shift-Enter**. If you don't do this,
mathematica won't know about the functions and objects defined in the
notebook.

Example:
- Mathematica knows the definition of
**f(x)** if
you evaluate the cells in order:

- But if you don't evaluate the first cell, mathematica doesn't
know the definition of the function:

- Mathematica can save notebook files in HTML format for viewing on
the web, or for printing if you are having trouble with other
methods. From the
**File** menu, select **Save As Special...**
and then **HTML**. Make sure you give a filename that ends with
".html". Mathematica will create that file and a
subdirectory called "Images", which will store the graphics
from the notebook (e.g. plots, fancy mathematical notation).