## How do you type special symbols in Mathematica?

There are several ways to enter the special characters that are not present on a standard keyboard.

- Using a Full Character Name… Type \[ and the start of a character name.
- Using a Full Character Name… Type \[ and the start of a character name.
- Using the Keyboard…

**How do you type subscripts in Wolfram Alpha?**

Type a subscript with (Insert ▶ Typesetting ▶ Subscript). Exit from typing math with : Exit from a subscript but continue typing math with (Insert ▶ Typesetting ▶ End Subexpression): Typing a subscript in text automatically enters math mode.

**How do you write alpha in Mathematica?**

A Greek letter in the Wolfram Language can also be entered by using its HTML name as an alias. So if you happen to know that α is the HTML command for alpha, you can type α to enter it in the Wolfram Language. Here, the HTML alias for alpha is entered without the second key being pressed: Copy to clipboard.

### What is Wolfram Alpha based on?

WolframAlpha was released on May 18, 2009, and is based on Wolfram’s earlier product Wolfram Mathematica, a computational platform for calculation, visualization, and statistics capabilities.

**How do you write lambda in Wolfram Mathematica?**

\[Lambda]

- Unicode: 03BB.
- Aliases: l , lambda .
- Greek letter.
- Used in TraditionalForm for ModularLambda.

**How do you write Theta in Wolfram Alpha?**

Lowercase Greek Letters

- α — alpha ( a ) θ — theta ( th )
- τ — tau ( t ) ω — omega ( w )
- Δ — capital delta ( D ) Ψ — capital psi ( Ps )
- ε — curly epsilon ( ce ) φ — curly phi ( cph )

## What is the Wolfram Alpha solution?

Wolfram|Alpha is a great tool for finding polynomial roots and solving systems of equations. It also factors polynomials, plots polynomial solution sets and inequalities and more. Learn more about: Equation solving »

**How do you reference Wolfram Alpha?**

How To Cite Wolfram Alpha Data

- Author/Site: Wolfram|Alpha.
- Publisher: Wolfram Alpha LLC.
- URL: (The exact URL for your query string)
- Retrieval date: (The date that you performed your query)

**How do I use Wolfram Alpha API?**

Start using the Full Results API in minutes by following these basic steps.

- Signup and Login. To get started, you must register a Wolfram ID and sign in at the Wolfram|Alpha Developer Portal.
- Obtaining an AppID.
- Sample Query.
- Formatting Input.
- Adding Parameters.
- Parameter Reference.
- List of XML Result Elements.