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Apply TodayTim submitted Solution 857930 to Problem 42789. Regular polygon bounded by and bounding a circle

on 28 Mar 2016

Tim submitted a Comment to Solution 856211

Your function is named abc--the test suite wants it to be named your_fcn_name.

on 25 Mar 2016

Tim submitted a Comment to Solution 855542

Because you are using floating point calculations, the result may not be exact. If you round the result to the nearest integer it should work.

on 24 Mar 2016

Tim submitted Solution 855808 to Problem 42782. GJam March 2016 IOW: Passwords and the Block Set

on 24 Mar 2016

Tim submitted a Comment to Solution 854976

The output of your function is x, not x_correct, so remove "_correct" and it should work.

on 24 Mar 2016

Tim submitted Solution 853486 to Problem 42777. GJam March 2016 IOW: Polynesiaglot Small

on 19 Mar 2016

Tim submitted Solution 845494 to Problem 42765. Maximize Non-Co-Planar Points in an N-Cube

on 7 Mar 2016

Tim submitted Solution 838663 to Problem 42757. Convert integer to base26 using letters

on 26 Feb 2016

Tim submitted Solution 828254 to Problem 42720. Breaking Bad Tiles (Spelling with Element Symbols)

on 15 Feb 2016

Tim submitted Solution 828243 to Problem 42720. Breaking Bad Tiles (Spelling with Element Symbols)

on 15 Feb 2016

Tim submitted Solution 810875 to Problem 42716. Number of occurrences of letter in a text

on 21 Jan 2016

Tim submitted Solution 810553 to Problem 42716. Number of occurrences of letter in a text

on 20 Jan 2016

Tim submitted Solution 801895 to Problem 42653. Generate the sum of Squares of the given number

on 7 Jan 2016

Tim submitted Solution 800699 to Problem 42700. Find elements of set A those are not in set B

on 4 Jan 2016

Tim submitted a Comment to Problem 42698. Why the heck are they blinking!?!?

Yes, the height does increase the length. For example, w=4 n=5 h=0 gives L=63.1273, while w=4 n=5 h=8 gives L=64.0530. The formulas I used were r=w*t/(2*n*pi), x=r*cos(t), y=r*sin(t), and z=h*(1-t/(2*n*pi)), and then L is the integral of sqrt(dxdt^2+dydt^2+dzdt^2)*dt from 0 to 2*n*pi.

on 3 Jan 2016

Tim submitted a Comment to Problem 42698. Why the heck are they blinking!?!?

If the answer to this problem is L=F(w,n), the answer for a tree of height h is L=F(d,n*w/d), where d=sqrt(h^2+w^2).

on 29 Dec 2015

Tim submitted Solution 786233 to Problem 42689. Distance a ball travels after throwing vertically

on 30 Nov 2015

Tim submitted Solution 784211 to Problem 42691. Matrix of almost all zeros, except for main diagonal

on 26 Nov 2015