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#WSQ14 calculating e

This task was not exactly easy because there were different ways to understand the instructions. What I did in my code was to give the number of iterations I wanted to do (of course as the number was bigger, the result… Continue Reading →

Estimating e



Well, it just a copy paste from my quiz 11, but know Im sure I know how to do it:) here’s my code 🙂

WSQ 14 – Estimating e

For this WSQ I used this webpages: Calculating value of e e – Euler’s number Here’s the working program Here’s the source code and my GitHub repository.  

Estimating e

This was a little difficult for me to it, because I need to investigated how to do the mathematical constant e, but when I understand what to do, I finish the WSQ. Here is the code:

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Here is WSQ 14. We had to calculate e with a certain parameter. This is WSQ was easy, and actually was a quiz, which I did first, so, I just had to post my code again. Here it is.

WSQ14 – Estimating e

It was nice to see that python has a functionality with decimals, and significant figures. It took me a bit, but compared to the Yo Soy 196 this WSQ was fairly simple. Here’s my code:

Estimating e

I could not understand why I couldn’t do this task for Quiz11 so I couldn’t post this WSQ because my code was “wrong”. I just realized I just had to change some values! It was not that hard. I thought it was hard because I couldn’t get it right, but my error was sushi a […]

WSQ14 – Estimating e

(The credit of the image goes to This is WSQ 14, and to be honest, I didn’t have trouble for this because the other day we had a quiz involving this wsq, so what I did was to copy the code I used for my quiz. However, when I was doing the quiz, I […]

What should you work on?

Week #12 and more partial exams for you.

For this week's readings:
C++ (TC1017) should either be looking at support for your project, ImageMagick C++ libraries are a good start.
Python (TC1014) should be finishing chapter 11 (Dictionaries).