Integrate and Differentiate over here!
Just differentiate and integrate!
In this project, you will have one common parameter ie: 'f', which certainly means a function f(x). In the polynomial part, f acts as a list of coefficients of decreasing powers of x in the function f(x). In the trigonometry part, f acts as a list of lists of coefficient, power of sine function and power of cosine function.
Example 1: Differentiate f(x) = 5x 3 + 3x 2 + 4x + 1
from calculus.polynomial import differentiate differentiate(f=[5,3,4,1])
Example 2: Integrate f(x) = 5x 3 + 3x 2 + 4x + 1
from calculus.polynomial import integrate integrate(f=[5,3,4,1])
[1.25, 1.0, 2.0, 1.0, 0]
Example 3: Differentiate f(x) = 3sin2xcos3x + 4sin4xcos2x
from calculus.trigonometry import differentiate differetiate(f=[[3,2,3],[4,4,2]])
[[6, 1, 4], [-9, 3, 2], [16, 3, 3], [-8, 5, 1]]
Example 4: Differentiate f(x) = 3sin2xcos3x + 4sin4xcos2x at x = 𝝿/2
from calculus.trigonometry import derivative_at_p derivative_at_p(f=[[3,2,3],[4,4,2]],p=math.pi/2)
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