Lizzy Foster

@LizFoster (605) • Hokkaido Wakkanai High School
I am a HUGE HUGE fan of all things math-related! I am trying to learn as much as I can about Python. Have a good day~!
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Tic Tac Toe
Yes, I have been gone for a while, and I apologize for that. My huge PocketMonsters project has been put on hold for the sake of my sanity, and I want...
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The Chudnovsky Algorithm
(NOTE: It only does 18 iterations, as if you try to do any more, it raises an OverflowError, how lame.. -__-) わーい, another π approximation method! (I...
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The Riemann Sum!
Let's talk about the Riemann Sum!! Okay, so the Riemann Sum does the same thing that an integral does, as it is essentially measuring the area under...
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EVEN MORE APPROXIMATIONS OF π!!
I'm back at it again, this time with a compilation of different formulae for approximating π, with surprising accuracy in some cases! Fascinating stu...
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FIRST C++ PROJECT!!
Yay! With the help of my friend @AmazingMech2418, I have learned the basics of C++! Obviously the first thing I made was a π approximation program! I...
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𝛑 approximations 3!!!!!
Yayyyy, it is time again, for a compilation of a few 𝛑 approximations!!! ( ̄ω ̄)/ A few notes and things to consider: - Number 2 could have been more...
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π APPROXIMATIONS 4!!!!!!!
Hooray, it is finally here! I struggled a bit with finding ones that I haven't done for this one, and I hope I've got original ones here for you all....
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Let's talk about π.
Today I'd like to teach you all about one of my all time favorite constants: π! Most likely, all of you know that π is the ratio of a circle's circumf...
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Logarithms and Inverse Logarithms!
Okay, time for something fun that , for once, ISN'T related to π! (Lol) This program takes a user-inputted base and offset, and graphs the correspond...
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Initial Sprite work for ポケットモンスター ^~^
Hello all ! I am so sorry for being gone all weekend, I was super busy . . T~T However, I do not think you will be disappointed, for I was working on...
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Pythagorean Triples
I am so tired... T~T I finally finished it, after slacking off for a few days (やった!) This was honestly a bit frustrating to make.. (Lol) This calcu...
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The Mandelbrot Set as seen on the Complex Plane
I nearly forgot to post before bed T_T I made this for a school project, but now that it is graded and fully optimized, I want to post it here ^..^...
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Pixel Art Builder!!
Here is my submission! This takes a url to an image, and makes the turtle draw it! To use it, use [this program](https://repl.it/@LizFoster/TEMP). Co...
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My work for Pi Day ^ ^
I wrote this up really quickly. It approximates pi, by using the Leibniz Formula/Series (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leibniz_formula_for_%CF%80)! A...
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The Collatz Conjecture
I made this after learning about it from one of my favorite English YouTubers. The Collatz Conjecture is a fairly simple idea. You start with any pos...
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Times Table Cardioid
Another challenge I did. This was quite enjoyable. Any thoughts on my code? (⌒_⌒;)
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Recamán's Sequence
This is something I have wanted to do ever since I started learning about Python Turtle, as it is just so darn pretty! Recamán's Sequence is a set of...
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Euler's Number Approximation
Hey again ^ ^" One of my shortest ones yet, this just solves for Euler's number, similar in structure to my Pi approximation code. Please enjoy!
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Bubble Sort
From an English coder on YouTube called "The Coding Train". It sorts a set of random points using the bubble sorting algorithm. Does anyone have any f...
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finding φ
The golden ratio (φ) is the number you get by doing this equation (when given a and b): a / b = a+b / a φ is approximately 1.61803398874989484820 (I...
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Wallis Product (π again)
And another one!! That was quick (Lol) Using the Product operator (𝚷), you can skip all of the confusing ∫ math in the Wallis Product for π. This i...
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Basel Problem
Alright, another way to compute π, done! This uses an infinite series (via the summation operator) discovered by our good friend Leonhard Euler, whic...
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Circle and Sphere Statistics
Simple program that takes a user's input of a circle/sphere's radius, and outputs the diameter, circumference, and area for a circle, and the surface...
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Search through π for desired values!!!!
**YES!** Not quite in time for pi day in America, but I already did something for pi day, so it's not all bad. Either way, I somehow did this in unde...
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Prime Number Checker
This is fairly straightforward. It checks if the number you input is a prime or not. If it is not, it will tell you what its factors are. It should b...
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Base 16 To Base 10
Nothing too special this time ^ ^* A short little program that converts Hexadecimal strings into Decimal numbers. Try setting "C9" as the input, and...
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Binary Number to Decimal Number
Hello again all (⁄ ⁄•⁄ω⁄•⁄ ⁄) This is some simple code I wrote several hours ago and forgot to post. It takes a binary value inputted by the user, an...
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Factorial Calculator
The "Product" Operator (∏) is the multiplicative equivalent of the Summation Operator (Σ). Among many other things, this can be used to calculate fact...