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# Tag Archives: mpmath

## More powers of 3

Following the discovery of a question to which the answer is 42, the same team has now reported a sum of three cubes equal to 3. As before, the result can be checked from Excel, linking to mpmath, via pyxll. … Continue reading

Posted in Computing - general, Excel, Link to Python, Maths, Newton, PyXLL
Tagged 42, Excel, Life the Universe and Everything, mpmath, PyXLL, sum of 3 cubes
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## The answer to Life the Universe and Everything …

is 42, as is well-known: The actual question, to which the answer is 42, is not known, but a lesser known long standing question involving this number has recently been solved: The original problem, set in 1954 at the University … Continue reading

Posted in Computing - general, Excel, Maths, Newton, PyXLL
Tagged 42, Excel, Life the Universe and Everything, mpmath, PyXLL
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## mpmath for Excel

mpmath has been mentioned in passing here before, but not in any detail. The mpmath site says: mpmath is a free (BSD licensed) Python library for real and complex floating-point arithmetic with arbitrary precision. It has been developed by Fredrik … Continue reading

Posted in Excel, Link to Python, Maths, PyXLL, UDFs, VBA, xlwings
Tagged evaluate pi, Excel, high precision maths, mpmath, Python, PyXLL, UDFs, VBA, xlwings
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