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Comment on Project Euler Problem 1: Multiples of 3 and 5 by Project Euler Problem 2: Even Fibonacci numbers | Josiah Wood
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Tue, 06 Nov 2018 23:17:26 +0000http://joeysprogrammingblog.com/?p=140#comment-5[…] ← Project Euler Problem 1: Multiples of 3 and 5 […]
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Comment on Twelve Men on an Island Logic Puzzle by Joey Wood
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Tue, 24 May 2016 22:27:06 +0000http://joeysprogrammingblog.com/?p=41#comment-4I have updated the post with Jacob’s improvements.
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Comment on Twelve Men on an Island Logic Puzzle by Joey Wood
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Tue, 24 May 2016 20:26:56 +0000http://joeysprogrammingblog.com/?p=41#comment-3Jacob, thank you for your input! Yes, that does seem to be a better solution. I will update this post with your improvement at my earliest convenience.
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Comment on Twelve Men on an Island Logic Puzzle by Jacob Butcher
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Tue, 24 May 2016 20:19:33 +0000http://joeysprogrammingblog.com/?p=41#comment-2It is always possible to determine whether the odd man out is lighter or heavier: When the first weighing (4 vs 4) is =, weigh 3 of the remainder against 3 known to be regular. If =, the odd man out is known and the final weighing may be used to determine whether he is light or heavy. If the unknown 3 are <, 1 of those 3 is light, and comparing 2 of those 3 to each other determines which. If the unknown 3 are >, 1 of those 3 is heavy and again comparing 2 of those 3 to each other determines which.
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