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MathcubeBeyond Automation: Mastering Tricky Integrals with SymPyDefinite integrals often present challenges that go beyond the capabilities of automated tools. In this post, we’ll explore an intriguing…Jan 23Jan 23

MathcubeAdvanced Plotting in Python’s SympyYour Daily Dose of Scientific PythonDec 30, 20232Dec 30, 20232

MathcubeFrom Euclid to Python: A Computational Look at Perfect NumbersPerfect numbers are integer numbers that are equal to the sum of their proper divisors. For instance, 6 has the proper divisors 1, 2 and 3…Sep 18, 20234Sep 18, 20234

MathcubeComputing Hamiltonian PathsHere is a little challenge for you. You are free do try solving it yourself, or write a Python program to do it. And here it is: Suppose we…Sep 11, 20231Sep 11, 20231

MathcubeThe Platonic Solids in PythonAs a follow-up to my last article about convex hulls, we will use that skill to visualize the famous platonic solids. Platonic Solids are a…Sep 4, 2023Sep 4, 2023