Python has a very handy module ‘Platform’ that helps to retrieve information about the system or platform on which we are running the code.
# Import Platform module
# To find out which Python version we are using
# To find details of the processor
Output: Intel64 Family 6 Model 69 Stepping 1, GenuineIntel
# To find architecture of platform
Output: (‘64bit’, ‘WindowsPE’)
# To find Machine details
# To get the Operating system information
# To get detailed information about underlying platform
# To get platform inormation
Output: uname_result(system=’Windows’, node=’Shekhar27', release=’10', version=’10.0.19041', machine=’AMD64')
We will start with understanding the meaning of ‘terms’ of an equation. In an equation we have several parts connected by + or -, each of such part is called as ‘term’ of an expression.
For example 4x + 3y expression has two parts joined by ‘+’, these parts 4x and 3y are called as terms of the expression.
Notice that the terms are separated by ‘+’ and ‘-’ only. Thus in 3xy there is only one term , while in x + 2y there are two terms.
And also the sign along with term is important.
Monomial : An…