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Are you ready for the most mathematically impressive Sololearn python code?

Our (me and Dael Winograd) MEGA EQUATION SOLVER is in the final steps of using polynomial division, and will soon (probably, after we fix all of the bugs) support multiple equations as well. So, get ready for the release!

7/18/2019 7:21:26 PM

Amichai Etzion

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cool, but you shouldn't post this here! you post things like that into your feed, not into the Q&A-section... 😅 I've made a polynomial equation solver once, but I used the "horner-schema", don't know the englisch name... 😅, which is not that good at finding a solution... what are you using? 😄 (my code: https://code.sololearn.com/ct1uzpO5de5c/?ref=app)

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Aaaaaaaaand it's up! CHECK THIS OUT!! https://code.sololearn.com/cKNyLALF7SAD/?ref=app Anton Böhler Roolin Choe David Ashton kk1234567 Creative Codes

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My CPU is ready.

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Watch out though, I'll make sure to pass some mad strings and special characters into that input field

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Roolin going extreme is the way to find bugs. But don't do that, please (Unless you want to be caught by the except).

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Amichai Etzion Just joking of course ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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text me if you've done it! 😁

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Hey bro

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Anton Böhler right. I apologize. Anyway, our program does almost everything by itself, and take any form of equation (including almost everything). Recently we add support in division, so an equation like 1/(x^2+2)+(2x+3)/(x+1)=4 is acceptable, too.

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Parentheses are supported, too. Its over 900 python lines currently.

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I made a little one, but only for linear polynomials https://code.sololearn.com/c0MP4vcriFf5

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Launching is planned to be on Wednesday! Get hyped!

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What is it?

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https://code.sololearn.com/cfjuigWI35iL/?ref=app

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well isnt that interesting. Notify us all when its done and ill see how well it does.