In the course of my studies, I’ve been moving into computer science, data science, algorithms, and all that stuff. But first I need to get the math fundamentals knocked out. I’m taking this course on Udemy by that same name, and it’s pretty good.
It covers things like finding the factors of a number (like what all divisible by a given number if it’s not prime), finding the prime factors of a number (what all prime numbers you’d have to multiply together to get a non-prime number), finding the lowest common multiple, and all that stuff.
As I’m going through it, I’m writing functions in Python to solve some of the various problems. It’s been a challenge but I figure it will be helpful later on when I start getting into algorithms. I don’t know if it’s even possible, but I’m hoping I can continue writing Python functions to handle more advanced topics like Algebra, Geometry, Linear Algebra, Finite Math, Trigonometry, and Calculus.
Here’s my Github repo where I’ve uploaded the code I’ve done so far: