Given the black body temperature (in Celsius), output the weavelength (in meters) at which the radiation peaks, according to Wien's Displacement Law.
To convert Celsius into Kelvin, use 273.15.
Compute a dot product of two vectors x and y
matrix of natural number
Area of an Isoceles Triangle
Find Factrorial without using built-in function
Sum two real numbers
RGB to CMYK
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