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## MATH 9- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 280 pages long!)

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Programming is great because it allows you to automate tasks on the computer, thereby allowing you to get them done quickly. Programming is algorithmic

View Document## MATH 9 Midterm: Term Test 1 (1/3) - Fall 2017

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Programming is great because it allows you to automate tasks on the computer, thereby allowing you to get them done quickly. Programming is algorithmic

View Document## MATH 9 Study Guide - Final Guide: Binary Number, Gradient Descent, Polynomial

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When asked to write code, you should write working python code that has correct syntax. You should explain in 1-2 sentences what the idea for your solu

View Document## MATH 9 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lambda Calculus, Flattening, Selection Sort

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Math 9 - lecture 9 - mutable vs. immutable review / sorting. The under-the-hood behaviour difference between mutable and immutable objects is very impo

View Document## MATH 9 Final: Final Exam (2/3) - Fall 2017

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[4 5 6]] shape was: (2, 3) zeros: We also spoke about how numpy makes it easy to combine arrays with different shapes (dimensions): [10 11 12 13 14 15

View Document## MATH 9 Final: Final Exam (3/3) - Fall 2017

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Suppose a drunkard is standing at the origin in . At each time step, he goes 1 unit to the left with probability p= 0. 5 or 1 unit to the right with pr

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## MATH 9 Study Guide - Final Guide: Binary Number, Gradient Descent, Polynomial

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When asked to write code, you should write working python code that has correct syntax. You should explain in 1-2 sentences what the idea for your solu

View Document## MATH 9- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 280 pages long!)

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Programming is great because it allows you to automate tasks on the computer, thereby allowing you to get them done quickly. Programming is algorithmic

View Document## MATH 9 Final: Final Exam (3/3) - Fall 2017

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Suppose a drunkard is standing at the origin in . At each time step, he goes 1 unit to the left with probability p= 0. 5 or 1 unit to the right with pr

View Document## MATH 9 Midterm: Term Test 1 (1/3) - Fall 2017

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## MATH 9 Midterm: Term Test 1 (2/3) - Fall 2017

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Math 9 - lecture 5 - floats and division. ? it"s because of rounding errors in float operations. Let"s even make it into a function: def . Let"s implem

View Document## MATH 9 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lambda Calculus, Flattening, Selection Sort

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Math 9 - lecture 9 - mutable vs. immutable review / sorting. The under-the-hood behaviour difference between mutable and immutable objects is very impo

View Document## MATH 9 Final: Final Exam (2/3) - Fall 2017

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[4 5 6]] shape was: (2, 3) zeros: We also spoke about how numpy makes it easy to combine arrays with different shapes (dimensions): [10 11 12 13 14 15

View Document## MATH 9 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lambda Calculus, List Comprehension, Object-Oriented Programming

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Let us write a function that will flatten a list. I. e. it takes a list of lists, and returns a list containing all the elements that it sees in any su

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## MATH 9- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 280 pages long!)

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## MATH 9 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lambda Calculus, Flattening, Selection Sort

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Math 9 - lecture 9 - mutable vs. immutable review / sorting. The under-the-hood behaviour difference between mutable and immutable objects is very impo

View Document## MATH 9 Study Guide - Final Guide: Binary Number, Gradient Descent, Polynomial

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When asked to write code, you should write working python code that has correct syntax. You should explain in 1-2 sentences what the idea for your solu

View Document## MATH 9 Final: Final Exam (3/3) - Fall 2017

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Suppose a drunkard is standing at the origin in . At each time step, he goes 1 unit to the left with probability p= 0. 5 or 1 unit to the right with pr

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