Python is my favorite programming/scripting language for mathematics, and there has been extensive work in applying it to various fields of study. For this post, I will apply it to modular exponentiation, also known as "power modulus", and I use it in primality tests. There have been many implementations of the function - some of which may be seen on the linked Wikipedia page.Click to read and post comments
Jun 27, 2014
Jul 27, 2012
A few weeks ago, I saw a great video by Numberphile on YouTube, and it got me thinking - I can do something like this. So, the next morning, I started up a Git repository and got to it. First thing to do was creating constant tones, which led me on quite a journey by itself.
Here's the link to the GitHub repository: https://github.com/kroq-gar78/piplayerClick to read and post comments