[ExI] Google has incorporated Wolfram Alpha search results

BillK pharos at gmail.com
Sat May 23 23:02:46 UTC 2009

When you do a Google search, Google now automatically feeds the same
query into Wolfram Alpha as well and includes their results if any
useful answer is found.
This generally only applies to maths type queries.

For example, if you search on x^2+sin(x)
the Wolfram results are the third in the list.

So this means that you never have to do a specific Wolfram search.
They probably won't like that much!  ;)


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