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Doing Math with Python: Use Programming to Explore Algebra, Statistics, Calculus, and More! Paperback – 14 Nov 2018

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ISBN-13: 978-1593276409 ISBN-10: 1593276400 Edition: 1st

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"Saha does an excellent job providing a clear link between Python and upper-level math concepts, and demonstrates how Python can be transformed into a mathematical stage. This book deserves a spot on every geometry teacher's bookshelf."
--School Library Journal

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Amit Saha is a software engineer who has worked for Red Hat and Sun Microsystems. He created and maintains Fedora Scientific, a Linux distribution for scientific and educational users. He is also the author of Write Your First Program (Prentice Hall Learning).

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User Experience Level Beginners Beginners Readers who know Python basics Intermediate Experienced Experienced
For readers who want to… Use Python to automate tedious computer tasks Get a fast-paced, thorough introduction to Python and create three substantial projects from scratch Delve into high school-level math topics using Python Write Python-based offensive security tools on the fly Explore Python’s versatility with imaginative programming projects Automate security tasks, discover vulnerabilities, and write their own hacking tools
Tools Covered Regular Expressions, Requests, Beautiful Soup, OpenPyXL, PyPDF2, PyAutoGUI PyGame, matplotlib, Pygal, Django matplotlib, SymPy Scapy, openCV, BurpSuite, ctypes, Paramiko, urllib2 matplotlib, Numpy, OpenGL, Pillow, Arduino, Raspberry Pi PyDBG, Immunity Debugger, Sulley, IDA Python, PyEMU, PyDev, ctypes
Compatible with Python Version Python 3 Python 2 & 3 Python 3 Python 2 Python 2 & 3 Python 2
Page Count 504 pp. 560 pp. 264 pp. 192 pp. 352 pp. 216 pp.

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