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Apply TodayJames submitted Solution 518510 to Problem 1933. That's some divisor you've got there...

on 30 Oct 2014

James submitted Solution 518508 to Problem 1933. That's some divisor you've got there...

on 30 Oct 2014

James submitted a Comment to Problem 2643. Find out base of following arithmetic operation

Glad I could help. Now I just need to solve the problem! :-)

on 28 Oct 2014

James submitted a Comment to Problem 2643. Find out base of following arithmetic operation

Pritesh, I sent an e-mail with some further questions, as the formatting in the comments section would make it unreadable.

on 28 Oct 2014

James submitted a Comment to Problem 2643. Find out base of following arithmetic operation

J.R. I believe that 4 is correct. It translates to 50/8, which is 6.25 in base 10. In base 4, that equals 12.1, as the number behind the decimal is 1/4.
However, I think #3 should be '41^0.3=5', since (presumably) you're trying to take the square root of 41. In base 6, 0.5 is 5/6, and 25^(5/6) is not a rational number in any base.
Please correct me if I'm wrong on this, as it's been a while since I've dealt with base 6 decimals. :-)

on 27 Oct 2014

James submitted Solution 516601 to Problem 952. Unique: Enhanced Performance - Avoiding Memory Crash

on 24 Oct 2014

James submitted Solution 516246 to Problem 2639. How Many Months Until It's Today Again?

on 23 Oct 2014

James submitted Solution 515741 to Problem 2638. [Thermodynamics] Estimate boiling point of n-alkanes

on 22 Oct 2014

James submitted a Comment to Problem 2635. Higher! Lower!

Fixed, and (hopefully) rescored. Thanks for the heads up.

on 20 Oct 2014

James submitted Solution 513023 to Problem 2475. Case-insensitive Character Detection

on 15 Oct 2014

James submitted Solution 512877 to Problem 2600. Find out the Gray Code for a Given Binary Number

on 15 Oct 2014

James submitted a Comment to Problem 2593. Polite numbers. N-th polite number.

As a heads up, http://oeis.org/A138591 counts 1 as a polite number, but the test suite does not.

on 15 Oct 2014

James submitted Solution 512632 to Problem 2502. Filter British English into American English

on 14 Oct 2014