Response to: https://www.quora.com/unanswered/How-do-I-input-a-square-of-odd-numbers-between-1-and-99

import sys
import os
import numpy as np
#get range of numbers 1 to 99
number = np.arange(100)
#create an empty list
numberSquares = []
print("This is a list of your odd numbers in range 1 to 99:")
for n in np.nditer(number.T):
if n % 2 != 0:
print(n)
exponent = n*n
numberSquares.append(exponent)
print("This is a list of the squares of your odd numbers in range 1 to 99:")
for a in numberSquares:
print(a)
print("This is a list of the squares of the numpy number array: ")
print(np.square(number[1::2]))
print("This is the sum of the squares of the numpy number array: ")
print(np.sum(np.square(number[1::2])))
print("This is the square of the sum of the number numpy array:")
print(np.square(np.sum(number[1::2])))

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