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While Mathematics Stack Exchange exists, I discovered that there's another Stack Exchange website called Mathematica Stack Exchange, that has a very similar name to the other website. Both of these Stack Exchange websites seem to be on the topic of math, but what are the exact differences between them?

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    One is about math, one is about Mathematica – Dude coinheringaahing Jun 13 at 0:52
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    In general, if you're ever unsure what a specific exchange site is about you can go to their Help Center > "What topics can I ask about here?" article and that will explain. – BSMP Jun 13 at 1:05
  • See also: meta.stackexchange.com/a/118058/282094 – Rob Jun 13 at 1:14
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    The About page (now called "Tour", with "/tour" appended to the URL) on every Stack Exchange site is not always very informative, but in this case it says "Mathematica Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for users of Wolfram Mathematica and the Wolfram Language.". – P.Mort. - forgot Clay Shirky_q Jun 13 at 10:42
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Mathematica is a distinct programming language/platform. The site isn't for math - and you can find out more about the site's scope in their help center.

We do have two maths sites - and you can find the difference between the two - Mathematics and MathOverflow here, but Mathematica is not one of them.

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