For the n dimensional case it would be better to say that x and y lie on opposite vertices of the n-hypercuboid such that each edge is parallel to a coordinate axis.
nice trick :)
Distance walked 2D
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Similar Triangles - find the height of the tree
We love vectorized solutions. Problem 1 : remove the row average.
Side of an equilateral triangle
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yet another flying fly (YAFF)
singularity 2.0 (easier)
German tank problem
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