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Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 45102 to Problem 10. Determine whether a vector is monotonically increasing

on 15 Jan 2013

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 58265 to Problem 380. Convert a numerical matrix into a cell array of strings

on 8 Mar 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 58260 to Problem 189. Sum all integers from 1 to 2^n

on 8 Mar 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 58252 to Problem 434. Return the Fibonacci Sequence

on 8 Mar 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 53932 to Problem 365. Numbers with prime factors 2, 3 and 5.

on 29 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted a Comment to Problem 420. Sum the Infinite Series II

A nice problem. But the singularity provides a domain where a variable loss of precision is observed. Several formulae, which are mathematicaly equivalent and computationaly careful, give distinct results. Guessing the one that was used is the second step of the problem, and maybe the most difficult.

on 28 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 53039 to Problem 277. chance in percent for minimum K heads when a good coin is tossed N times?

on 27 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 53030 to Problem 252. Project Euler: Problem 16, Sums of Digits of Powers of Two

on 27 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52480 to Problem 234. Project Euler: Problem 3, Largest prime factor

on 27 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52475 to Problem 234. Project Euler: Problem 3, Largest prime factor

on 27 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted a Comment to Solution 52357

There may have some limitations when resulting rows are with different lengthes.

on 27 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52340 to Problem 356. Back to basics 12 - Input Arguments

on 27 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52339 to Problem 354. Back to basics 10 - Max Float

on 27 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52232 to Problem 178. random picture with random colours

on 26 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52223 to Problem 359. Back to basics 14 - Keywords

on 26 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52214 to Problem 350. Back to basics 7 - Equal NaNs

on 26 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52115 to Problem 355. Back to basics 11 - Max Integer

on 26 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52111 to Problem 353. Back to basics 9 - Indexed References

on 26 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52106 to Problem 351. Back to basics 8 - Matrix Diagonals

on 26 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52094 to Problem 306. Eight Queens Solution Checker

on 26 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52032 to Problem 264. Find the "ordinary" or Euclidean distance between A and Z

on 26 Feb 2012

Raphael Cautain submitted Solution 52027 to Problem 288. Construct a string from letters and counts

on 26 Feb 2012