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01-17-2012
12:42 PM

01-17-2012
12:42 PM

using arbitrary precision integers (up to 250 digits)

Mathcad does offer the option to compute using arbitrary precision integers (up to 250 digits) using symbolic evaluation. The float keyword controls this. You can click on the image to view it more clearly.

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01-17-2012
01:38 PM

01-17-2012
01:38 PM

Re: using arbitrary precision integers (up to 250 digits)

It's going to be very difficult to answer this question!