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# Doing Math with Python

Published 5/2024
Created by Xiaoqi Zhao
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 80 Lectures ( 31h 37m ) | Size: 20.5 GB

Use Programming to Explore Algebra, Statistices, Calculus and More!

What you'll learn:
Using Python, be able to explore high school level mathematical topics
Learn how to programming data with graphs using Python
Learn hwo to describing data with statistics
Grasp Algebra and Symbolic Math with SymPy in Python
Learn how to play with sets and probablility
Learn hwo to drawing geometric shaps and fractals
Using Python to solve certain calculus problems

Requirements:
Assume you knoe the absolue bassics of Python programming language, and having interests on certain mathematics topices

Description:
With this course, we'll go through the nice book "Doing Math with Python" (authored by Amit Saha) in full detail, demo to you every touched mathematical topics, likemanipulating units of measurement; examining projectile motion;calculating mean, median, and mode;determining linear correlation;solving algebraic equations;describing the motion of a simple pendulum;simulating dice games;creating geometric shapes;and finding the limits, derivatives, and integrals of functions.After the course, you'll be able write programes to take numbers and formulas as input, do the tedious calculations needed, and then spit out the solution or draw a graph.You'll have chances to follow several programming challenges, you'll find those programs are powerful calculators for solving math problems. You'll also find the solutions to equations, calculate the correlation between sets of data, and determine the maximum value of a function, among other tasks. You'll also take some practice to simulate real-life events, such as projectile motions, a coin toss, or a die roll.As mentioned by the book author, I do hope "you'll find that this new context for 'doing math' makes learning both programming and math more exciting, fun, and rewarding."So, what you're still waitomg fpr? Let's start now and good luck!

Who this course is for:
Anyone who are planning to learn programming
Anyone who want to learn programming to solve problems with computers
Anyone have interests on combining mathematics with Python language
Anyone what to get deeper practical experience on Python

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