Lambda Calculus (also known as λ-calc) is a way of expressing abstract functions. It was invented by Alonzo Church in the 1930s. It has many uses in computer programming, especially in languages like Python
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represents the function
lambda x: x**2+1
$ \lambda x.x^2+1 $
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