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 were can i find advance ( hardest ) python projects with source code ?

Learn python
Are you taking a math class? Having a useful reason to use python will help you solve problems like math. Ditch your old calculator and check out sympy.org It will help to use something like jupyter.org so you can create notebooks for each chapter of your class. It also displays your formulas so you can read them just like your text book. I like to keep formulas I make in my Jupyter notebook and notes on how to use the formulas in my lessons. I am no expert and still learning but I do know the documentation is amazing.
 Is there a way to effectively split up a class's instance methods?

HackerRank (YC S11) Has DMCA'ed the SymPy Docs
Wait. Wait a minute. Just wait one little minute here...
Your company has issued a DMCA takedown notice for "plagiarized code snippets" against the libraryinquestions own documentation? (The take down was issued against docs.sympy.org; linked directly within sympy's GIT repo README.md: https://github.com/sympy/sympy)
And this is an "initiative" your organization has undertaken? Have you thought this through?
Where should engineers who want to learn about sympy go to attain that knowledge?
Where did your team learn about and generate the assessment questions?
Where do you stop with this initiative? Would you issue takedown notices to MDN? Stack Overflow? What about VSCode Copilot?

TI84 Plus CE Python Graphing Calculator
+ SymPy links from the wiki https://github.com/sympy/sympy/wiki/ExternalSymPyMedia%2C...
[ Reference of equations from advanced physics in a very condensed manner ]

Python Math Library made in 3 Days as a 14 yearold  libmaths
Now compare that to SymPy: https://github.com/sympy/sympy/blob/9e8f62e059d83178c1d8a1e19acac5473bdbf1c1/sympy/ntheory/primetest.py#L472L634

Doing Symbolic Math with SymPy
The trouble with SymPy is it's, well, buggy. I tried it years ago and as soon as I got serious I quite quickly ran into problems that I reported, some of which I see they apparently still haven't gotten around to addressing. [1] [2]
Symbolic math is hard; they have my sympathies. I don't think I could do better. But as long as bugs like these exist, it's going to be hard to convince people to switch away from better tools like Mathematica.
What are some alternatives?
SciPy  SciPy library main repository
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NetworkX  Network Analysis in Python
ti84forth  A Forth implementation for the TI84+ calculator.
symengine.py  Python wrappers for SymEngine
PyMC  Probabilistic Programming in Python: Bayesian Modeling and Probabilistic Machine Learning with Aesara
PyDy  Multibody dynamics tool kit.
Ndless  The TINspire calculator extension for native applications
NeuralPDE.jl  PhysicsInformed Neural Networks (PINN) and Deep BSDE Solvers of Differential Equations for Scientific Machine Learning (SciML) accelerated simulation
astropy  Astronomy and astrophysics core library