#### Category : multiplication

I have one NetCDF file (region.nc) that I want to multiply to multiple NetCDF files such as the one in the picture using -mul from CDO.: this is a picture of the multiple NetCDF files that I have: enter image description here The output should be new NetCDF files resulting from the multiplication. I am ..

In that case both two input is radius= 5 firstly: radius = float(input("Enter the radius: ")) circle = 3.1416*radius**2 print(circle) The output is 78.53999999999999 and the second one is: radius = float(input("Enter the radius: ")) circle = 3.1416*radius*radius print(circle) The output is 78.54 Source: Python..

I came across a problem. I am trying to do some matrix operations and I have to multiply several matrices, which are contained in one list, but the number of matrices is a variable that can be chosen at the beginning of the code. Is there an efficient way of multiplying multiple matrices with each ..

The number must be entered by the user and the code should be in python. The code I tried: num = int(input("enter your number ")) for i in range (1, 11): table = (str(num) + "x" + str(i) + "=" + str(num*i)) print(list(reversed(table))) This code didn’t worked well. Source: Python..

Suppose I have a list .I want to multiply its all elements except with the i’th element. Example: input: [1,2,3,4] output: [24,12,8,6] Here, the output 24 is 2*3*4 12 is 1*3*4 8 is 1*2*4 6 is 1*2*3 Any help would be appreciated Source: Python..

I’m trying to make a list by using other lists as arguments of a function. However, i can’t seem to get the right syntax. This is my code: f1 = theta0 + theta1*(X1_train) + theta2*(X2_train)+theta3*(X3_train) The expected outcome would be a list of the same length of X1_train, X2_train and X3_train (which is the same ..

I’m new in python what can I do if I don’t want to use end=’ ‘ in my code?I want to print column one next cloumn two and … row = 0 for x in range(1,13): for y in range(1,13): print(x*y) row+=1 if row == 12: print("r ") row = 0 Source: Python..