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William submitted Solution 2391432 to Problem 45568. Times 5

on 27 May 2020

William submitted Solution 2391408 to Problem 45563. Times 10

on 27 May 2020

William submitted a Comment to Problem 45434. Weighted Names

Asif, It seems that something is messed up. You didn't say how to score a suffix. If a suffix is scored with the same weight as a last name, then "William III" should score higher than 'William II' in problem 5. If the suffix is not scored at all, then 'william' should score higher than 'William II' or 'William III'. The same sort of problem occurs in problem 4.

on 23 May 2020

William submitted a Comment to Problem 45500. Maximize the production in a plant within equipment capacity

I'm confused! Two successful solutions have been submitted, but I would swear that the test suite answers for problems 6 and 15 are incorrect. In problem 15, it is easy to see that there is no way to get a production rate higher than 43; yet the answer given is 44.

on 17 May 2020

William received Community Group Solver badge for Number Manipulation III

on 14 May 2020

William submitted Solution 2280399 to Problem 45507. Divide pi

on 14 May 2020

William received Community Group Solver badge for The Prime Directive

on 11 May 2020

William received Community Group Solver badge for Magic Numbers IV

on 10 May 2020

William submitted a Comment to Problem 45476. Inscribed circle in a triangle

I see. Then you need to change the statement of the problem to say "Ac = x" and "Bc = y", rather than "AC = x" and "BC = y". Since "C" and "c" are different points on the diagram, this changes the problem completely. As written, the problem is quite difficult to solve.

on 10 May 2020

William submitted a Comment to Problem 45476. Inscribed circle in a triangle

Asif, I must be misunderstanding this problem. It seems to be that a triangle with x = 20 and y = 30 could not have an area greater than x*y/2 = 300. Yet, problem 1 says the area is 600. How could it be so large? My calculations says that with this x and y, there is no solution for r = 10.

on 9 May 2020

William submitted a Comment to Problem 45502. Basic Operation with the middle number of odd matrix

Hi Muhammad, Yes, I understand how the value x(2,2) was calculated, but why did the values of x(1,2) and x(3,2) change?

on 9 May 2020

William submitted a Comment to Problem 45502. Basic Operation with the middle number of odd matrix

As i understand it, the algorithm is only supposed to change the middle element of the matrix. That means the answer to problem 1 in the test suite is incorrect.

on 8 May 2020

William submitted Solution 2265302 to Problem 45504. Square

on 8 May 2020

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