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That's true, but no single person can handle them all!
Perhaps you may try it one at a time.
Nothing in particular, I think.Reading some random stuffs.
Did not try it on them yet, so can't say.
Nope, none I know of, the situation is hopeless, need to take charge!
What is required is curiosity.Wish all the math educators knew programming and did EM.
First trying to make them adept at programming.Or else, they will get both the code and math wrong!
No problem.I too hope so, all I need is time to chew on the bits and numbers!
Okay, enjoy your dinner.
Thanks!Don't know whether I'll be good or not, giving it a try anyway.You may remember me telling earlier that I did not want a teaching job, but now here I am!
Teaching students as a part of my job.
Felt like company jobs are rubbish.
That's good then.
I have been teaching and learning!
Using bobbym's idea to do it with Sage and unix-like systems utilities:
plst = Permutations("mathematics").list()
fo = open("tmpf", "w")
for pp in plst:
os.system("cat tmpf | grep ".*a.*e.*a.*i" | wc -l")
Hello!Hope you all are doing well.
Can also be computed by using binary exponentiation. In python,
pow(7, 7**7, 13) # = 6
hence in H.P.
Okay.Thanks for the problem, I could not have found it otherwise.Now I can simply use that program as a template for any series I meet!
Thanks!What transform did you apply?
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