A Random Walk & Monte Carlo Simulation 
A Random Walk & Monte Carlo Simulation
by Socratica
Video Lecture 20 of 21
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Date Added: May 13, 2017

Lecture Description

A random walk is a process where each step is chosen randomly. This technique has many applications. In this video we solve a random walk puzzle using Monte Carlo simulations and the random module in Python.

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Our Python Tutorials will help you learn Python quickly and thoroughly. We start with "Hello World" and then move on to data structures (sets, lists, tuples and dictionaries). Next we'll cover classes, and give a variety of in-depth examples and applications.

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