Jonah Lawrence • Dev Pro Tips

4 Aug 202003:18

TLDRThis tutorial demonstrates how to access step-by-step solutions on Wolfram|Alpha without cost. The process involves visiting the official website, opting for the Notebook Edition, and creating a temporary email account for a 14-day trial. Once logged into the Wolfram Cloud, users can start a new notebook, input their mathematical problem, and utilize the 'step-by-step solution' feature. The video also suggests creating a new account after the trial period to continue using the service for free.

### Takeaways

- 😀 To get step-by-step solutions in Wolfram|Alpha for free, scroll down to the bottom and click on wolfram.com.
- 🔍 From the wolfram.com homepage, navigate to the Products & Services menu and select Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition.
- 💡 Click 'Try Now' to access the Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition.
- 📬 Create a new Wolfram account using a random email address obtained from temp-mail.org.
- 🔑 Fill out the account creation form with any information that works.
- 🗓️ Enjoy a 14-day trial period for the Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition.
- 🔎 Go to 'View more plan details' in your account to check the plan status.
- ☁️ Access the Wolfram Cloud and sign in to start using the service.
- 📔 Click 'New Notebook' to start a new session.
- 📝 Type your mathematical problem, such as calculating the integral of x sin x dx, and press enter.
- 📚 Click 'step-by-step solution' to view all the steps for solving the problem.
- ⏰ Remember that the free trial lasts for 2 weeks, after which you can create a new account for continued access.

### Q & A

### What is the main topic of the tutorial?

-The main topic of the tutorial is showing how to get step-by-step solutions in Wolfram|Alpha for free.

### How does one begin the process of accessing free step-by-step solutions in Wolfram|Alpha?

-One begins by scrolling down to the bottom of the page, clicking on wolfram.com, and then selecting the 'Products & Services' menu.

### What is the Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition?

-The Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition is a service that allows users to access step-by-step solutions and other features of Wolfram|Alpha.

### Why is a Wolfram account needed to access the Notebook Edition?

-A Wolfram account is needed to access the Notebook Edition for a trial period, which includes features like step-by-step solutions.

### What is temp-mail.org and how is it used in the tutorial?

-Temp-mail.org is a service that provides random email addresses. It is used in the tutorial to create a Wolfram account for the free trial without using a personal email address.

### What is the duration of the trial for the Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition?

-The trial for the Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition lasts for 14 days.

### How can one check the plan details of their Wolfram account?

-One can check the plan details by going to 'View more plan details' in their account.

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-The 'New Notebook' feature allows users to create a new workspace where they can input and solve problems using Wolfram|Alpha.

### How can users input a problem into the Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition?

-Users can input a problem by typing it into the provided space and pressing enter.

### What is an example of a problem that can be solved using the step-by-step solution feature?

-An example given in the tutorial is calculating the integral of x sin(x) dx.

### What happens after the 14-day trial period ends?

-After the 14-day trial period ends, users can create a new account to continue using the service for another trial period.

### How can viewers support the tutorial creator?

-Viewers can support the tutorial creator by giving the video a thumbs up and subscribing for more content.

### Outlines

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### 📚 Free Step-by-Step Solutions with Wolfram|Alpha

This tutorial guides viewers on how to access step-by-step solutions on Wolfram|Alpha without cost. The process begins by navigating to the website and selecting the 'Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition' from the Products & Services menu. A temporary email address is obtained from temp-mail.org to create a Wolfram account, which is then used to initiate a 14-day trial. After signing in to the Wolfram Cloud and creating a new notebook, the user is instructed to sign out and back in to activate the trial. The video demonstrates how to input a mathematical problem, such as calculating the integral of x sinx dx, and access the step-by-step solution feature. The tutorial concludes with a reminder that the account will remain functional for two weeks, after which a new account can be created. The video encourages viewers to like and subscribe for more content.

### Mindmap

### Keywords

### 💡Wolfram|Alpha

Wolfram|Alpha is a computational knowledge engine or answer engine developed by Wolfram Research. It is designed to generate highly accurate answers to a wide range of queries by computing the answers from structured data. In the context of the video, it is used to demonstrate how to access step-by-step solutions for mathematical problems without cost.

### 💡step-by-step solutions

This term refers to the process of breaking down a problem into a series of smaller, more manageable steps that are solved in sequence to reach the final solution. The video's main theme revolves around obtaining these step-by-step solutions from Wolfram|Alpha for free.

### 💡trial

A trial in this context is a limited-time period during which a user can access a service or product without cost. The video explains how to sign up for a trial of the Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition to access step-by-step solutions.

### 💡temp-mail.org

Temp-mail.org is a service that provides temporary email addresses which can be used for signing up for trials or services without revealing one's personal email. In the script, it is used to create a random email address for a Wolfram account trial.

### 💡Wolfram account

A Wolfram account is necessary to access certain features of Wolfram|Alpha and other Wolfram services. The video script describes the process of creating an account, which is a prerequisite for accessing the free trial.

### 💡Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition

This is a specific edition of Wolfram|Alpha that comes with additional features, including the ability to create and interact with notebooks. The video demonstrates accessing this service through a trial to get step-by-step solutions.

### 💡New Notebook

In the context of Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition, a 'New Notebook' is a blank workspace where users can input problems and equations. The script mentions creating a new notebook to input a mathematical problem.

### 💡integral

An integral in mathematics is a concept related to calculus, representing the area under a curve defined by a function. The video uses the integral of x sinx as an example of a problem for which step-by-step solutions are sought.

### 💡step-by-step solution

This refers to the detailed process of solving a problem, where each step logically follows from the previous one. The video's objective is to show how to access these detailed solutions within Wolfram|Alpha.

### 💡14 days

In the script, '14 days' refers to the duration of the trial period for the Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition. After this period, the user would need to either subscribe or create a new account to continue using the service.

### 💡sign in/out

Signing in and signing out are actions performed to access or exit a user account on a service or platform. The video script includes these actions as part of the process to activate the trial and access the step-by-step solutions.

### Highlights

Tutorial on obtaining step-by-step solutions in Wolfram|Alpha for free.

Scroll down to the bottom and click on wolfram.com.

Navigate to the Products & Services menu.

Select Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition and click Try Now.

Create a Wolfram account using a random email address from temp-mail.org.

Fill out the form for a 14-day trial of Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition.

View more plan details in the account section.

Access the Wolfram Cloud and sign in to start a new notebook.

Note that the plan is Basic, indicating a trial period.

Sign out and sign back in to activate the trial.

Type a mathematical problem, such as calculating the integral of x sinx dx.

Press enter to submit the problem.

Click on step-by-step solution to view all steps.

Demonstration of how to show all steps in Wolfram|Alpha for free.

The trial account will be valid for the next 2 weeks.

After the trial, create a new account to continue using the service.

Encouragement to like, subscribe, and watch more tutorials.