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pynewtonmath 1.0.1

Python 3 wrapper for the Newton math API

Basics

PyNewtonMath is a Python 3.x API wrapper providing full support for the newton micro-service, which is available on GitHub.

Newton does anything from numerical calculation to symbolic math parsing.

Installation

Using pip:

pip install pynewtonmath

From GitHub:

pip install git+https://github.com/benpryke/pynewtonmath

Usage

import pynewtonmath as newton

newton.derive('x^2') # -> '2 x'
newton.cos('pi') # -> -1
newton.zeroes('x^2+2x') # -> [-2, 0]
  • No instantiation required
  • Supports natural return types

The following methods take optional extra arguments for convenience. As per the API, if these are not specified they must be included before a horizontal bar '|' in the expression for newton.

newton.log('2|8') # -> 3
newton.log(8, base=2) # -> 3

newton.tangent('2|x^3') # -> '12 x + -16'
newton.tangent('x^3', x=2) # -> '12 x + -16'

newton.area('2:4|x^3') # -> 60
newton.area('x^3', start=2, end=4) # -> 60

See the newton API GitHub repo for the full list of endpoints.

 
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