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Basics of Solving Equations in SymPy


Python is without question the programming language I am most comfortable with, and this is largely because it’s in such high demand. I have been in internship positions where the programming language of choice was Python, and so I had to learn how to use it. I also took two programming courses at Carnegie Mellon that were largely about programming in Python. Despite this, it took until my second year of graduate school before I needed the capabilities of solving algebraic and differential equations in a programming language.




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Joshua Siktar

Joshua Siktar

Math PhD Student University of Tennessee | Academic Sales Engineer | Writer, Educator, Researcher

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