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# Help! Euler list of series for x lim of n as n approaches x

104 odpowiedzi

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Back when I was in fourth grade I knew who Euler was.

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im doing a bachelors in math and have no idea what an euler list is, you should probably be more specific

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i know that stuff. but what is a euler list of a series?

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so you just want to solve the quadratic 1/2(n^2 +n)? or try all n until you find the right one?

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yes you can get as close to 0 as you want

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just watch the playlist that i posted. that dude will explain it far better than i ever could and if you have questions after that you could just post a comment here or on one of my codes and i can help you further

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do you still want help with your code?

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Euler is a mathematician who was once told to write 1+2+3+4+5 to a certain number and he found out that doing that to say 100 is also equal to 100(100+1)/2

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what I'm doing is trying to find that plus be able to plug in a number and it will give you the series for the sum

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basically trying to do it backwards and show the hard work but also solve with his formula

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like 1-36 is 666 so I'd want it to plug in 666 and also tell me that the triangle number comes from 1-x

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an Euler list is something I made up to try and explain what I'm doing

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something like this for the gauss formula https://code.sololearn.com/cm9k0ZfID1j0/?ref=app ? need to read up on what a triangular number is before helping you with that

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ok, i still dont understand what you want to do with 1-x, so im just going to point out the problems i noticed with your code:
you never change consec so you have an infinite loop, you use way to many braces so python will probably interpret some if your variables as tuples with 1 coordinate. you never use g. i think the stuff below your if should be part of the while loop

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noice

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okay so 1-x is 1 through x or 0,x

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triangular means the sum of consecutive numbers

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and no I want to solve 1/2(n(n+1)

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but I did it like n(n+1)/2