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###################### # Required Questions # ###################### import math def sine(x): """Returns the value of sine(x), where x is a value in radians. Use 0.0001 as a threshold. >>> from math import pi >>> sine(pi) #Notice how the value is very small but not quite 0. -1.482085565385205e-09 >>> sine(pi/2) 1.0 >>> sine((7 * pi)/2) -1.0 >>> sine(1.5) 0.9974949867067586 """ return 3*math.sin(x/3)-4*math.sin(x/3)**3 def is_palindrome(lst): """ Returns True if the list is a palindrome. A palindrome is a list that reads the same forwards as backwards >>> is_palindrome([1, 2, 3, 4, 5]) False >>> is_palindrome(["p", "a", "l", "i", "n", "d", "r", "o", "m", "e"]) False >>> is_palindrome([True, False, True]) True >>> is_palindrome([]) True >>> is_palindrome(["a", "v", "a"]) True >>> is_palindrome(["racecar", "racecar"]) True >>> is_palindrome(["r", "a", "c", "e", "c", "a", "r"]) True """ for i in range(len(lst)//2): if lst[i] != lst[-1-i]: return False return True def ab_plus_c(a, b, c): """Computes a * b + c. >>> ab_plus_c(2, 4, 3) # 2 * 4 + 3 11 >>> ab_plus_c(0, 3, 2) # 0 * 3 + 2 2 >>> ab_plus_c(3, 0, 2) # 3 * 0 + 2 2 """ if b == 0: return c else: return a + ab_plus_c(a, b-1, c)
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def gcd(a, b): """Returns the greatest common divisor of a and b.
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  • Fall '18
  • The Return, Greatest common divisor, Divisor

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