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mr. sir

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 Posted: 15 Aug 2009 06:22:40 pm    Post subject: I have created a program to generate the first N cyclotomic polynomials. The point of this was to test a remark I read on Wikipedia, that 105 is the first number whose cyclotomic polynomial contains a non -1, 0, 1 digit. Unfortunately my calc can't hold all the lists necessary, so I had to make do with in the 50's. Another problem with the program is that it is necessary to repeatedly recall Ans, delete the quotes, and press enter again. Maybe there is some way to do it without using customized lists? The necessary program is prgmO (sp.?), here. Code: ```:SetUpEditorL001 :If not(dim(∟L001 :Then :Prompt N :" :For(C,1,N :Ans+sub("0123456789",int(C/100)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/100)-fPart(C/10)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/10)+1,1)+"+1"+Str2+"dim(∟L"+sub("0123456789",int(C/100)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/100)-fPart(C/10)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/10)+1,1)+": :End :sub(Ans,2,length(Ans)-1)+"prgmO :Return :End :If ∟L001(1)=0 :Then :" :For(C,1,N :Ans+"1"+Str2+"∟L"+sub("0123456789",int(C/100)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/100)-fPart(C/10)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/10)+1,1)+"(1):‾1"+Str2+"∟L"+sub("0123456789",int(C/100)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/100)-fPart(C/10)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/10)+1,1)+"("+sub("0123456789",int((C+1)/100)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart((C+1)/100)-fPart((C+1)/10)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart((C+1)/10)+1,1)+"): :End :sub(Ans,2,length(Ans)-1)+"prgmO→Str1 :2→C :Return :End :If C>N :Then :DelVar L1DelVar L2DelVar L3Disp "DONE! :Stop :End :"∟L"+sub("0123456789",int(C/100)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/100)-fPart(C/10)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/10)+1,1) :expr(Ans)→L1 :For(D,1,C-1) :If not(fPart(C/D :Then :"∟L"+sub("0123456789",int(D/100)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(D/100)-fPart(D/10)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(D/10)+1,1) :expr(Ans)→L2 :dim(L1)-dim(L2)+1→dim(L3 :dim(L1→dim(L2 :For(E,1,dim(L3 :L1(E) :For(X,2,E :Ans-L2(X)L3(E+1-X :End :Ans/L2(1)→L3(E :End :dim(L1)-dim(L3)+1→dim(L2 :L3→L1 :End :End :"L1"+Str2+"∟L"+sub("0123456789",int(C/100)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/100)-fPart(C/10)+1,1)+sub("0123456789",10fPart(C/10)+1,1) :If C=N:Ans+":Clear Entries :Ans+":prgmO"→Str1 :C+1→C :Return``` Here is prgmOPENME, the training program: Code: ```:ClrHome :Disp "FIRST THING TO","DO IS TO READ","ALL THESE IN-","STRUCTIONS. THEN","OPEN prgmO." :Output(8,1,"PRESS ENTER NOW." :Pause :ClrHome :Disp "N IS THE NUMBER","YOU WANT TO GO","TO. WHEN THE","PROGRAM SAYS","DONE, PRESS 2ND,","STO"+Str2+", 2ND, Ans." :Output(8,1,"PRESS ENTER NOW." :Pause :ClrHome :Disp "Then PRESS ENTER","ERASE THE QUOTES","AROUND IT THEN","HIT ENTER AGAIN.","TRY THAT NOW." :Repeat Str5="GOOD :"GOOD :Input "",Str5 :If Str5≠"GOOD :Disp "TRY AGAIN." :End :DelVar Str5ClrHome :Disp "NICE. NEXT, WHEN","IT SAYS DONE","AGAIN, PRESS 2ND","STO"+Str2+", VARS, 7,1." :Output(8,1,"PRESS ENTER NOW." :Pause :ClrHome :Disp "THEN REMOVE THE","QUOTES FROM","AROUND IT. THERE","ARE NONE HERE." :Output(8,1,"PRESS ENTER NOW." :Pause :ClrHome :Disp "TRY THIS NOW." :Repeat Str5="WELL DONE :"WELL DONE"→Str1 :Input "",Str5 :If Str5≠"WELL DONE" :Disp "TRY AGAIN." :End :ClrHome :Disp "GREAT! NOW KEEP","REPEATING THIS","STEP UNTIL IT","SAYS DONE! WITH","A ! AT THE END." :Output(8,1,"PRESS ENTER NOW." :Pause :ClrHome :Disp "TRY IT NOW." :For(C,1,5 :sub("COOLNICEGOODOKAYFINE",4C-3,4→Str1 :Input "",Str5 :If Str5≠sub("COOLNICEGOODOKAYFINE",4C-3,4 :Then :0→C :Disp "TRY AGAIN." :End :End :DelVar Str5 :Disp "DONE!``` Str2 contains →, just the store arrow. Here's the group all contained in one file. How can I make it so that I don't have to keep recalling Ans?Last edited by Guest on 15 Aug 2009 06:29:15 pm; edited 1 time in total
Weregoose
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 Posted: 16 Aug 2009 08:54:44 am    Post subject: Uh... I just took the straightforward approach. {1:For(K,1,N If 1=gcd(K,N augment(Ans,{0})-augment({0},Ans)[font="times new roman"]e^(2[font="times new roman"]πiK/N End round(Ans,0 Go ahead and see that it will also work with non-unit coefficients (A013594).Last edited by Guest on 05 Jul 2010 08:12:45 am; edited 1 time in total
mr. sir

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 Posted: 16 Aug 2009 02:04:27 pm    Post subject: Aw man, I could've come up with that, but I was stuck in the definition that and . That's the equation my whole program was based on. If I had just remembered that the cyclotomic polynomial is just the polynomial with the primitive roots, it would have been much easier. Thanks Weregoose. :blush: Also, sorry about the weird product thing. Do you, the reader, know an online TeXer that does not use dynamic webpages and supports \displaystyle?
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 Posted: 16 Aug 2009 03:41:07 pm    Post subject: You could just save the equations as images and attach them to the post if you so desire. Also, I suggest sticking real( on the answer, since the polynomial only has real coefficients anyway: every primitive root has a primitive conjugate. And real lists are nicer to deal with, not to mention being half the size.Last edited by Guest on 05 Jul 2010 08:13:18 am; edited 1 time in total
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 Posted: 16 Aug 2009 11:39:06 pm    Post subject: DarkerLine wrote:Also, I suggest sticking real( on the answer, since the polynomial only has real coefficients anyway: every primitive root has a primitive conjugate. And real lists are nicer to deal with, not to mention being half the size.I concur, which is why I had it written that way in a later generation of the program that TraditionalForm'd the output. I then recognized that tripling the program size wouldn't be necessary, and scrapped it in favor of real(round(Ans,0:DrawF sum(AnsX^(dim(Ans)-cumSum(not(0Ans.Last edited by Guest on 05 Jul 2010 08:12:15 am; edited 1 time in total
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