0.5 * (M[k, j] * x[j] + M[i, k] * x[i])at the very least
tests finished: 4675 passed, 1 failed, 183 skipped, 127 expected to fail, 1 expected to fail but passed, in 1238.67 seconds DO *NOT* COMMIT!
Hi I am Adarsh Goyal, CSE JUNIOR at SVVV, Indore, MP(INDIA).
I have been working in python for the last 2.5 years and have a good hand at this.
My mathematical education is college level. I have completed discrete mathematics and other higher mathematics courses in the 3 year journey of my college and have a particular expertise in solving differential equations and Calculus Problems.
I am new to Symbolic Mathematics.
I had never used sympy or sympy-live, but used wolfram alpha many times.
my native language is Hindi and I also speak English and Understand Spanish.
I would ❤ to contribute to open source
Hello all, could anyone please review my proposal draft here?
I'm also looking to figure out who is going to be the mentor for this project as there isn't one listed, thank you.
SymEnginethen having contributions in that project will let the mentors know, your familiarity with the code base which is in C++ which in a way will reflect chances of passing the evaluations and the program itself.
I am Dhruv Kothari, Final Year Student at IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand (India) pursuing my B.Tech. in Electrical Engg.
I have been actively working in various computer science projects since my freshmen year in Python, C++ and Android.
I have quite an experience in python and I am also currently working Image Super Resolution in Python as my B.Tech Thesis Project.
I also have good knowledge of data structures and algorithms, and I have been active on codeforces for quite a time now.
I have a good hold of mathematics since my high school days and have studied advanced mathematics (including diff. eq., calculus, matrices to name a few topics) as various college courses since 1st year.
I have no commitments for this summer and I want to work on Improving the plotting module
I know that I am a bit late but I have been looking into the issues and trying to solve them.