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**Mathematica Basics Rules**

1. All commands starts with Capital LetterFor example: Graphics, PointSize, GridLines, Axes, True, Sin..

2. The argument of the function is always enclosed by [ ... ]

For example: Sin[x], f[x], .....

3. The range of function is always enclosed by {...}

For example: {1,2,3}, {x,-3,3}, {y,-Pi,Pi}

4. The "Enter" key results with new line

The "Shift+Enter" key results with output

5. For any help, always use "Documentation Center"

6. Use "semicolon ;" to suppress the output

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**Basics Typesetting**

Symbol | Keyboard input | ||

1 | → | -> |

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**Task 1 (Hands on Activity)**

1 | Open Mathematica Notebook |

2 | Type the command given below |

p = {5, 5}; Graphics[{Blue, PointSize[0.05], Point[p]}, Axes -> True, GridLines -> Automatic,Method -> {"GridLinesInFront" -> True},GridLinesStyle -> Directive[Dotted]] | |

3. | Press "Shift+Enter" to execute the output. |

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