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So I have a question about PS#1 Problem 2. Below is my code. What I can't figure out is how to sum up the logs of the primes. I could put them in a tuple or a list, but then I don't know how to get them back to sum them up. I'm thinking there must be an easier solution. Any guidance would be appreciated. http://dpaste.com/500766/

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  1. anonymous
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    Rather than saying that logprime = log(testnum) why not say logprime = logprime + log(testnum)

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    hehe. yep. as soon as I posted this, I realized how to fix it. See http://dpaste.com/500812/ Thanks again polpak.

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