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Mathematical exercises using Python programming or any language for that matter

by Mountain Computers Inc., Publication Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021
View Count: 642, Keywords: Euler Project, Programming Languages, Python Programming, Mathematical Exercises, Hashtags: #EulerProject #ProgrammingLanguages #PythonProgramming #MathematicalExercises



I was updating my Spyder 4 to Spyder 5 (Anaconda) platform and realized, I want to try some new mathematical exercises using Python.
 
Caveat: many of these problems can be solved using lots of different languages; Fortran, C, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, SQL, Go, Rust, and yes just as important "Python". Some of them one can even use Excel to solve rather quickly. I did.
 
What are some good exercises and where can I find them. So a quick google, and StackOverFlow gave me some good ideas that led me to Project Euler. I suggest going to the Archives link to go through a few and wrap your head around some of the math and use Python to solve them.
 
Enjoy!
 
For example:
 

Problems Archives

 

The problems archives table shows problems 1 to 748. If you would like to tackle the 10 most recently published problems then go to Recent problems.
Click the description/title of the problem to view details and submit your answer.


ID

Description / Title Solved By
1 Multiples of 3 and 5
966497
2 Even Fibonacci numbers
770211
3 Largest prime factor
553155
4 Largest palindrome product
489114
5 Smallest multiple
492556
6 Sum square difference
495607
7 10001st prime
423903
8 Largest product in a series
354733
9 Special Pythagorean triplet
359950
10 Summation of primes
329606
11 Largest product in a grid
236050
12 Highly divisible triangular number
222715
13 Large sum
227976
14 Longest Collatz sequence
228273
15 Lattice paths
188160
16 Power digit sum
230611
17 Number letter counts
152488
18 Maximum path sum I
145911
19 Counting Sundays
135553
20 Factorial digit sum
199509
 
 
 
more to come...
 

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