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ShowMeDo: ‘Python for Math Teachers’ – Getting Started, Looking Ahead (2 videos)

Kirby Urner has started a new Python series entitled Python for Math Teachers. Kirby’s first video is Getting Started:

“Let’s use IDLE to define a few functions, including the Euclid’s Algorithm for the GCD. Atop the GCD we’ll build other functions for listing totatives of N (positives relatively prime to N) and the totient of N (the number of said totatives). We’re using the default Python shell to introduce new math ideas (“math through programming”).”

His second is Looking Ahead:

“Let’s download some source code over the Internet and take a look at a Python class definition. This class defines integer instances that operate modulo 23. This module might be used to discuss some basic concepts in group theory. We’ll come back to these ideas when we look at RSA, the public key cryptography algorithm.”

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