When your function takes many arguments, it can be a good idea to simplify it by using partial functions.
They let you create a new version of the function with some of the arguments fixed to specific values.
This can be useful for simplifying your code and making it more readable and concise. Moreover, it also helps you avoid repeating yourself while invoking functions.
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def quadratic(x, a, b, c = 1): achieves the same thing without requiring an import right?