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James submitted Solution 657996 to Problem 8058. Kinetic Energy

on 21 Apr 2015

James submitted Solution 657995 to Problem 8058. Kinetic Energy

on 21 Apr 2015

James submitted Solution 609156 to Problem 8045. Gold Standard

on 31 Mar 2015

James submitted Solution 609153 to Problem 8045. Gold Standard

on 31 Mar 2015

James submitted Solution 609152 to Problem 8045. Gold Standard

on 31 Mar 2015

James submitted Solution 609151 to Problem 8045. Gold Standard

on 31 Mar 2015

James submitted Solution 609141 to Problem 8045. Gold Standard

on 31 Mar 2015

James submitted Solution 609138 to Problem 8045. Gold Standard

on 31 Mar 2015

James submitted Solution 607411 to Problem 3101. Rumis Scorer 3

on 27 Mar 2015

James submitted Solution 607211 to Problem 3100. Rumis Scorer 2

on 27 Mar 2015

James submitted Solution 607200 to Problem 3099. Rumis Scorer 1

on 27 Mar 2015

James submitted a Comment to Problem 3077. Big numbers, least significant digits

If I'm reading the problem statement right, I think either the answer to test case 2 should be 867 (123^3 = 1860867.) or n=2 (123^2=15129).

on 12 Mar 2015

James liked Solution 595053

on 12 Mar 2015

James submitted a Comment to Solution 595053

Hah! Great catch. It's fixed now, but you still get a like for being so sneaky...

on 12 Mar 2015

James submitted a Comment to Problem 3047. Scrabble Scores - 2

I'm glad you enjoy my problems. If there are large numbers in the test suite, it means there's a simple formula you can use to solve it, rather than a brute force approach. (My daughter just hacked into my account again to ask for help...go ahead and try my newest problem!)

on 10 Mar 2015