# why some function is yellow like prime_above(x, degree=None)

why some function is yellow like prime_above(x, degree=None)

why some function is yellow like prime_above(x, degree=None)

why some function is yellow like prime_above(x, degree=None)

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htlm(I have known it ,when I index a function .it is yellow)

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