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Question from Week 1 Lecture. Are non-scaler types divisible?

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  1. estudier Group Title
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    You mean like dividing a List (as opposed to a number,say), something like that? Where was this in Week 1 Lecture, I don't remember.....

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    I don't recall seeing anything about that in the lectures. Where exactly did you see it?

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    It was in lecture 1. The very first lecture, not the first one recommended by the MechMOOC, so literally week 1 of the 6.00 class. He talked about the different types of objects scaler vs non-scaler

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    Oh, this forum is for the 6.189 class on Python, not for 6.00. That's why I didn't know what you were talking about. Maybe someone else around here has done 6.00, or maybe there's another forum you could ask in. Sorry I couldn't help.

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    I have downed the Week1 Video from 6.00 but flipping through I can't seem to find the reference, where in the video was it (roughly)?

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