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Solving 200 Project Euler Problems

Posted by Cameron Davidson-Pilon at

Introduction Last week, I achieved a goal of hitting 200 problems solved in Project Euler. If you are unfamiliar with Project Euler, it's a website where users can solve tricky problems that require both mathematics and programming to solve. An example question: Having three black objects B and one white object W they can be grouped in 7 ways like this: (BBBW) (B,BBW) (B,B,BW) (B,B,B,W) (B,BB,W) (BBB,W) (BB,BW) In how many ways can sixty black objects B and forty white...

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