**Mathematica**, which is used to solve and display mathematical equations.

**Mathematica**is based on

**Wolfram**so to run it on Raspberry Pi, the

**Wolfram**language should also be installed on it.

In the writeup, the installation and use of **Wolfram **and **Mathematica** on Raspberry Pi is discussed.

**How to Install Wolfram Language and Mathematica on Raspberry Pi**

To install the **Wolfram language** and **Mathematica** on Raspberry Pi, follow the below-written steps:

**Step 1**: First update the Raspberry Pi repository before installing **Wolfram language** and **Mathematica **because we are going to install it from the repository.

$ sudo apt upgrade

**Step 2**: Now install **Wolfram Engine** by using the below-mentioned command as this will install both **Wolfram language** and **Mathematica** on Raspberry Pi.

**Note**: The installation process will take some time, so be patient.

**Step 3**: Once the installation is completed, you can access **Wolfram** and **Mathematica** either from the GUI or from the terminal.

**GUI Method**

For the GUI method, you can access **Mathematica** and **Wolfram** from the **Programming **option in the **Application Menu.**

**Terminal Method**

From the terminal, you can access the **Wolfram** and **Mathematica **by simply calling them by the commands shown below:

**For Mathematica**

**For Wolfram Language**

**Use Wolfram and Mathematica on Raspberry Pi **

Using **Wolfram** and **Mathematica** on Raspberry Pi is simple and quick. Let’s run one example for both **Wolfram** and **Mathematica**:

**For Wolfram**

You can perform a numerical calculation on the terminal directly using the Wolfram Language, first use the **“wolfram”** command to open the Mathematica Environment on the terminal. Then you can perform numerical calculations, such as adding, multiplying, or dividing numbers and so on.

For instance, here I have added two numbers** 7** and** 9** in **Wolfram** language:

**Mathematica**

You can also perform the same calculation on the **Mathematica** GUI application, which can be opened from the **Programming **section as shown above.

After a few seconds you will see the below-shown layout, click on the **New Notebook** here:

Then select the free-form input, if you want to run the equations with equality:

After that write your input, and to get the output, click on the equal to sign and the output of the equation will display on the screen:

**Conclusion**

**Wolfram** and **Mathematica** can be installed through apt package manager. Simply update/upgrade the repository first and then use** apt** command to install **wolfram-engine**. The **wolfram engine** installs both **Mathematica **and** Wolfram language **on the Raspberry Pi system. You can then use the GUI or terminal methods to open any of them and perform numerical calculations on Raspberry Pi.