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**zuutroy**View Post
Language models are not necessarily bad at math, but they are not specifically designed or trained to perform mathematical calculations. These types of models are trained on large datasets of text and learn to predict the next word or sequence of words in a sentence based on the words that come before it. While they may be able to generate text that includes numbers and basic arithmetic, they are not capable of performing complex mathematical operations or solving advanced math problems.

It is worth noting that there are other types of artificial intelligence systems that are specifically designed for tasks like mathematical calculation and problem solving. These systems are typically trained on different types of data and use different algorithms than language models.

It is worth noting that there are other types of artificial intelligence systems that are specifically designed for tasks like mathematical calculation and problem solving. These systems are typically trained on different types of data and use different algorithms than language models.

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