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dangee received Leader badge for Solution 316069

on 6 Sep 2013

dangee submitted Solution 315995 to Problem 167. Pizza!

on 6 Sep 2013

dangee submitted Solution 315992 to Problem 167. Pizza!

on 6 Sep 2013

dangee submitted Solution 315965 to Problem 167. Pizza!

on 6 Sep 2013

dangee submitted Solution 315963 to Problem 167. Pizza!

on 6 Sep 2013

dangee submitted Solution 311500 to Problem 5. Triangle Numbers

on 28 Aug 2013

dangee submitted Solution 310923 to Problem 8. Add two numbers

on 27 Aug 2013

dangee received Commenter badge for Solution 9765

on 23 Jul 2012

dangee submitted a Comment to Solution 9765

Can you explain the problem. Walking from [3 4 2] to [0 0 2] gives (3-0)+(4-0) = 7 units. Then from [0 0 2] to [0 1 2] gives 1 unit. From [0 1 2] to [1 1 2] gives 1 unit and finally from [1 1 2] to [1 1 20] gives 18 units. So sum of distance is 7+1+1+18 = 27. Is it right?

on 23 Jul 2012

dangee submitted Solution 117330 to Problem 163. Love triangles

on 23 Jul 2012

dangee submitted Solution 117329 to Problem 163. Love triangles

on 23 Jul 2012

dangee submitted Solution 117324 to Problem 163. Love triangles

on 23 Jul 2012

dangee submitted Solution 117323 to Problem 163. Love triangles

on 23 Jul 2012