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# Coding task

I have a formula, and in this formula appear 6 variables. Some of this variables have constant values, but some other could have multiple different values, so that the formula has many possible results. I want to have a code where I can write the different variables and the formula in it and all the different results appear. Is that possible? The language doesn't matter. Should I give more information?

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From what I understand, SoloLearn is a tool for learning how to code, not for soliciting free code from others?
The python course is just a few taps away!

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Assuming by formula you mean math formula, that is what computers are generally good at...
Try tackling it in python as you can avoid typing issues mostly...

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In the formula you posted and then deleted E is not used...

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In general you would have to loop through all possible values of the variables and calculate the output from there...

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Like so:
https://code.sololearn.com/cd9IJvZ0qRlh/?ref=app
This is the really beginner's version for your first formula.
Try it yourself with the other one by just copying and replacing the iteration variables...

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Thank you very much!

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For how long do you have to study the Python course here to be able to code this?

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It's the first few lessons, this is pretty basic stuff. But the course will get you there!

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I don't know anything in python, that's why I ask you if you can program it.

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I know that SoloLearn is an app to learn to code, but I don't want to learn python just for this task.

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I know, overall there are 2 formulas, in the other one E is used

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The formulas are:
A*F*C-D*B-A*C*4-2*D+4
and
A*B+E*D*5+F*C+A*E-B*3
And the variables are:
A = 25
B = 63
C = 48
D = 104
E = 56 or 70 or 53 or 74
F = 40 or 45

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Ok

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