do you mean percent to decimal? I learned math through calc 3 and bout halfway through DE and some L.A. but I never learned Probability math. I would love to though. Can you recommend a good calc based entry text?
It seems like this sort of calculation would have already been done somewhere. Anyway here is how I need it to show up in my blog:
If one were hypothetically to randomly relocate to anywhere in the universe, the chances that they would end up within a galaxy are about 1 in _______________...
Summary:: What percent of the universe is outside of galaxies?
What percent of the universe is outside of galaxies?
I need this information for a writing piece I am doing. I need specifically to be able to state that if someone was to randomly relocate to somewhere else in the...
Posting this for posterity. Turns out there is a native very good way to do this in Sketchup. I feel dumb for not looking into this up front.
Here is my rotatable 3d model in 3d Warehouse: click on eyeball button then maximize using full-screen icon at bottom left of model...
. . . I'm not programmer, although I do have a basic knowledge of programming and have passed one college course in it.
But this could be a foot in the door for me to become useful at something my company might want to expand into in the future.
Here is what I am being asked to do. I...
I work for a guy who is interested in CFD. But he is a licensed engineer in the telecom industry (w/ an MS in Telecom) and has forgotten most of the Calculus he took in college.
My current working math knowledge is through Calc 3 (Multidimensional.), and about half of standard course...
I am currently an "intern" at a company for a position primarily involving drafting cell site equipment. That is going quite well. But the owner of the company (an old friend of mine) has asked me to look up computational fluid dynamics softwares and begin to tinker with one, because he is...
I am trying to add 'pip' in Python/Scripts to path in Win10 but the method available to do this seems to have changed recently. I used to just double click on 'path' in 'system variables' and paste path to pip (or whatever) at the end of a string of similar paths separated by a semicolon. But...
I will eventually need to get into XML and XML parsing related stuff. But I am kind of moving off the BeautifulSoup stuff at the moment, today I started learning some C++11 regex material. I am going to stick with that for a few days.
Just curious. What if a page like UT Austin's Old Norse...
yeah but I still want to know how to parse a file of text to grab and write (into new file) some text between a recurring set of unique character strings.
There's got to be some simple C-like algorithm that is able to grab the desired text from a file and put it into a new file in some desired...
Here is the sample text from testReg2.txt:
abc blue candy is poisonous 123
abc green candy is SoCal 123
abc black candy is gothlicious 123
Here is the code attempt:
f = open('testReg2.txt','r')
message = f.read()
start = 'abc'
end = '123'
with open('some5.csv', 'w') as q...
How do I use Python to extract all text that comes between a recurring set of unique strings? Example:
ABC;the red dragon;123,
ABC;the blue dragons;123
ABC;the black dwarf;123,
ABC;the gray elves;123
I want to parse through a large text file...
thank you for reply, part of the problem is that I am still relatively new to Python and programming in general.
Ok so on this page:
I noticed that for the function ' open() ' , one of the arguments is ' encoding= ' . So I put...
All I got to say is what a gosh-dang mess this character encoding crap is. The internet is all over the place on this. What i was hoping for was some standard fix for my code
Anyway thanks Jedishrfu for your reply.
I am still trying to figure this out.
I have posted the Python code up front. See my question/inquiry below it.
from urllib.request import urlopen
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
html = urlopen("https://lrc.la.utexas.edu/eieol_master_gloss/latol/1")
bsObj = BeautifulSoup(html)
nameList = bsObj.findAll("strong")
I am relatively new to programming and C++ and for the life of me I can't figure out why entering a '0' as input in the do-while loop here terminates the loop.
int main ()
Zill DE text says (y-x)dx+(4xy)dy=0 can be rewritten as:
Am I missing something? I got 4xyy'+y=x instead.
Very rarely have I ever required starting a thread in a forum to resolve something as seemingly trivial as this but I just want to verify whether this is a typo or not.
A piece of writing advice. You don't really need to put exclamation marks in everything you write. At some point it starts to lose its meaning. In fact, in a math homework forum I dare say an exclamation point would probably never be necessary.
Is there a simple way to solve for 't' in the equation: ln(t) - t = 2 ? Just a curiosity. Not for a class. I've browsed to texts that cover logarithmic equations and haven't found a single problem or rule say how to solve for 't'.
ctrl-c worked for the loop.
I ran the power calculation again to check performance in task manager. CPU usage of my Intel E8400 hovers around 55% with ram usage around 1.27gb(out of 4). I was definitely trying to compute it. Right now I am just letting it continue.
Perhaps I should have been more clear. I am completely aware that the calculation was outside the range of computationability. That is precisely why I attempted it. I wanted to see how python Idle would respond to it, i.e. whether it would give me a particular error message. Then when it...
I scoured internet for answer to no avail. I am new to python and was toying with large calculations, 99999**999999999 for instance, and Idle started running and became completely non responsive. Ctrl-c didn't work. The menu in shell became non-responsive. I had to x-out & restart Idle...
If y(x,t) = (6mm)sin(kx + (600rad/s)t + theta) describes a wave traveling along a string, how much time does any given point on the string take to move between displacements y = +2 mm and y = -2 mm?
All known data are stated in above problem.
Homework Equations I...
My situation is that I taught myself Calculus 1, 2 and some 3 over the last year, and the better part of Freshman physics for majors, mechanics and EM. I bought 4 texts to learn from: Halliday, Tipler, Giancoli, and Young and Freedman. And I just started learning Diff. Eq. & Linear Algebra...