Posets and Python 2 - Depth-First Search

We implement the Depth-First Search algorithm in Python to retrieve the set of maximal chains of the Poset class we created in the last post

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Jonathan

- Jun 12, 2023

Posets and Python 2 - Depth-First Search

We implement the Depth-First Search algorithm in Python to retrieve the set of maximal chains of the Poset class we created in the last post

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Jonathan

- Jun 5, 2023

Posets and Python

This is an exploration of Dunder Methods and how they can be used to create abstract posets like the divisibility or p-adic posets in Python

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Jonathan

- Nov 21, 2021

Fun with the Dot Product (Math = Patterns)

Imagine this. You have a terribly strong desire to learn as much math as you can. You know that people do research in math, whatever that...

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Jonathan

- Nov 15, 2021

Rectangles in Polar Coordinates

Circles in rectangular coordinates...Rectangles in polar coordinates? This is a bit of a goofy one. Why? Well, I want to figure out...

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Jonathan

- Nov 15, 2021

The Integral of Csc(Î¸)

What is the integral of cscÎ¸? Usually this is done by telling you to multiply by blah/blah where blah is some expression that comes...

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Jonathan

- Nov 5, 2021

Learning Pygame with Catan (Part 1)

An Intro to Catan Who else here used to play Settlers of Catan as a kid? The first memory I have with the game is happily placing roads...

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Jonathan

- Oct 26, 2021

My Tutoring Philosophy (Part 2)

Teaching vs Tutoring What is the best way to tutor? That's naturally the golden question here. And as we talked about in the last part,...

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Jonathan

- Oct 19, 2021

My Tutoring Philosophy (Part 1)

As fun as the Arithmetic Derivative is, I wanted to finally publish my first post in a series of tutoring/educational blog posts. I want...

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Jonathan

- Oct 17, 2021

The Arithmetic Derivative (Part 4)

What do the differential equations mean? Usually, we are motivated to study differential equations by situations in everyday life,...

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Jonathan

- Oct 13, 2021

The Arithmetic Derivative (Part 3)

Let us count The nice thing about the arithmetic derivative is that it takes a natural number to another natural number. This leads to...

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