Posts Tagged ‘Mathematics’

Project Euler – Java

In an attempt to keep my brain from rusting I decided to try and work through all the Project Euler problems. So far I have solved 72. Still have a lot to go, and I’m sure they will get much harder soon. My current score All problems can be found on my Github Page Here [...]

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Vector ND – C++

This is a N-Dimensional Vector class written in C++. While it can be used for any dimension, if you would like to use 3 or less dimensions including rotation functions check out my previous post (here) VectorND.cpp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 [...]

Vector 3D structure with Operation overloads and basic functions – C++

This is my Vector3D structure with a set of appropriate operation overloads(-,+,/,*,–,++,etc) that I use for various math operations as well. Feel free to add upon it or do whatever you like with it. (Update the — and ++ operators are not correctly overloaded ) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [...]

Ackermann–Péter function (2 arguments) – C/C++ – Recursive Implentation

This is an implementation of the 2 argument version of the Ackermann Function (i.e. Ackermann-Péter function). In essence, this is an example of a very simple recursive function is an example of a total computable function that is not primitive recursive. Instead of making the internet even more redundant with unnecessary text, just click the [...]

Is Prime Number Algorithm

I was randomly surfing around the internet when I stumbled upon Google Labs Aptitude Test (GLAT)(Found here). I can’t really remember which links I followed from there but I stumbled into a question that asks to find the first 10 consecutive digits of E that are prime. While definitely not a hard task I wrote [...]

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