Cody

James

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James received Community Group Solver badge for Project Euler III

on 13 Oct 2020

James received Community Group Solver badge for Basics - Factorization

on 13 Oct 2020

James received Community Group Solver badge for Basics - Prime Numbers

on 13 Oct 2020

James received Community Group Solver badge for Basics - Binary Logic

on 13 Oct 2020

James received Community Group Solver badge for MATLAB Onramp Practice

on 13 Oct 2020

James received Community Group Solver badge for Basics on π

on 13 Oct 2020

James received Community Group Solver badge for Basics - Triangles

on 13 Oct 2020

James submitted a Comment to Problem 44267. Brain Teaser Solver

Unless I'm screwing something up, I think there are three possible answers to this question, and you're looking for the integer one? Given the answers you are looking for, A and C are always the triangles that have one full side of your square, but that's not specified in the problem statement.

on 13 Oct 2020

James submitted a Comment to Solution 3039103

Only works because A=9 in all test cases.

on 2 Oct 2020

James received Leader badge for Solution 3032872

on 2 Oct 2020

James submitted a Comment to Problem 46576. Award medals to winners

How about a test with 4+ gold winners?

on 1 Oct 2020

James received Community Group Solver badge for My Problem Group

on 17 Sep 2020

James submitted Solution 2959108 to Problem 45461. Box

on 17 Sep 2020

James submitted Solution 2959087 to Problem 45479. Stairs

on 17 Sep 2020

James submitted Solution 2959081 to Problem 45504. Square

on 17 Sep 2020

James received Community Group Solver badge for Magic Numbers IV

on 17 Sep 2020

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