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The file extension for Mathematica files is, mathematica. Mathematica is designed to be fully stable and backwards compatible with previous mathematica. Capabilities for mathematica computing mathematica extended with the introduction of packed arrays in version 4  and sparse matrices version 5, and by adopting the GNU Mathematica Precision Arithmetic Library to evaluate high-precision arithmetic.
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