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...

(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...

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...

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...

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...

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....

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Alright, another way to compute π, done!
This uses an infinite series (via the summation operator) discovered by our good friend Leonhard Euler, whic...

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...

**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...

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...

Nothing too special this time ^ ^*
A short little program that converts Hexadecimal strings into Decimal numbers. Try setting "C9" as the input, and...

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...

The "Product" Operator (∏) is the multiplicative equivalent of the Summation Operator (Σ). Among many other things, this can be used to calculate fact...