There is only one man who knows the last digit of pi, who is that man?
Give the name of that man, who, by popular believe, can also divide by zero.
Pointless. I only solved it so I wouldn't have to keep seeing it at the top of the page.
This problem suggests the need for a new Cody feature: allow users to flag questions for removal?
this is great!
Removal is a bit harsh. However the option of 'disliking' a problem (or solution??) could be worth entertaining.
Thoughts on up/down voting a problem? The problem could be hidden (but not deleted) if it reaches a certain threshold of down votes.
I have subsequently had a few more thoughts on this:
(1) Some problems really are just spam, and there should be a mechanism for some 'senior Cody team' to delete them.
(2) Down-voted problems that are just poorly constructed would not necessarily be deleted, but could (i) be shifted out of their existing Cody problem group and into a new group called, say, "Sandbox" and/or (ii) be assigned to be worth zero points to the creator and zero points to any solvers. There could then optionally be a special mechanism with the "Sandbox" group to allow them to be upgraded if/when they have been amended into mature problems. —DIV
Read a Soroban Abacus
Project Euler: Problem 6, Natural numbers, squares and sums.
First non-zero element in each column
Matlab Basics - y as a function of x
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