You might recall in the last post the expansion of a general binomial : binexpand[z_] := Expand[(a + b)^z] TableForm[Array[binexpand,6]] You can also declare a loop in the way Mathematica does so that it gives a series of binomial expansions. Below is the output of the second statement from above, the first 6 expansions of […]

# Tag Archives: Mersenne Primes

## The Mersenne Prime Search

I have recently joined GIMPS, and have installed their prime search software on two of my computers. Their website is at: mersenne.org.

## The Programmatic Side of Mathematica II

Since the last time I posted, I found a better way to do 100 dice rolls: This gives 100 dice rolls in a tabulated format in a much simpler syntax. You can also make a “die” out of complex numbers, but it is a little more of an issue to truncate: … which gives output […]