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John Fennie
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I have just started a free trial with Mathematica. Does anyone know how many times one can request the extension of the free trial?
Oh there is a button next to the trial saying "request an extension".Greg Bernhardt said:What indications do you have that you can extend the free trial even at all?
Ok! Thanks, appreciate it!Greg Bernhardt said:hmmm I can't find any documentation or even the phrase "request an extension" on their website. I think it's best to contact them directly
http://www.wolfram.com/support/contact/
Mathematica is a software program that is widely used in scientific, engineering, and mathematical fields. It is a powerful tool for data analysis, visualization, and modeling, and it is also used for programming and creating interactive applications.
A free trial of Mathematica is a limited-time offer that allows users to experience the full features of the software for a certain period of time without having to purchase a license. This allows users to determine if the software meets their needs before making a commitment to buy it.
The length of the free trial of Mathematica varies, but it typically lasts for 15-30 days. Some promotions may offer longer trial periods, so it is important to check the terms and conditions of the offer.
Unfortunately, the free trial of Mathematica cannot be extended. Once the trial period is over, users will need to purchase a license to continue using the software.
Yes, all features of Mathematica are included in the free trial. This allows users to explore and test out all the capabilities of the software before making a purchase.