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## Scientific Computing with Python

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1. Lesson 0: Introduction and some general instructions
1 Quiz
2. Lesson1: An Introduction to Python for Scientific Computing
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3. Lesson 2: Using Python in an interactive mode as an advanced calculator
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4. Lesson 3: Working with Strings
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5. Lesson 4: Creating and Saving your Python programs.
6. Lesson 5: Working with Variables
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7. Lesson 6: Data Structures 01 - Lists and Tuples
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8. Lesson 7: Data Structures 02 - Dictionaries
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9. Lesson 8: Working with Python for loops
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10. Lesson 9: The if Statement
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11. Lesson 10: The while loops
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12. Lesson 11: The break statement
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13. Lesson 12: The continue statement.
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14. Lesson 13: Functions, Built-in and User-defined functions
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15. Lesson 14: User-defined functions
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16. Lesson 15: Function arguments â€“ positional and keyword arguments
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17. Lesson 16: Function arguments â€“ pass by value vs pass by reference
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18. Lesson 17: Passing variable number of functions arguments.
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19. Lesson 18: Classes and Objects - An Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
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20. Lesson 19: Class and Object Attributes
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21. Lesson 20: Class Methods
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22. Lesson 21: Class Inheritance
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23. Lesson 22: Objects as Attributes
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24. Lesson 23: Writing and Importing Modules, Part I
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25. Lesson 24: Writing and Importing Modules, Part II
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26. Lesson 25: Scientific Packages â€“ An Introduction to Numpy
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27. Lesson 26: Scientific Packages â€“ An Introduction to Scipy
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28. Lesson 27: Scientific Packages â€“ An Introduction to Matplotlib
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29. Lesson 28: Concluding Remarks
30. Project and Get your Certificate
Lesson 31, Topic 1
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# Lesson 3.4: Math Operations Copy

In this video, you will learn about math operations in CPP

Assignment 3:
Write a C++ program to
(1) Determine the range of integer and floating point variables using sizeof() operator following the method discussed in
the lecture.
(2) Divide an integer by another, say 22 by 7, and obtain the result correct up to 6 places after the decimal

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