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level 1 get!

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Problem 356 will be accessible in 1 day, 9 hours, 5 minutes (Sat, 29 Oct 2011, 08:00 [America/New_York])
Current date/time on server: Fri, 28 Oct 2011, 03:55 Hahaha I'm excited!! 
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So Much Bullshit

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I don't like how this thread essentially gives out major hints for the last problems. Can we stop giving hints and/or wrong attempts if a couple of posts are not enough? hondaracer600, no offense but could you stop asking people to feed you with direct hints?? It defeats the whole purpose of project euler. 
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BAM!!

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Nice leonid. I'm stuck on it haha.
EDIT: On another note: Yesssss!! 
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Problems like 356 are annoying because they're battles against the precision of your programming language... in huge ways
aka you need some other method to solve it because rounding errors will be the death of you no matter what. 
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leonid, you're a beast

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This was the code for my "naive" attempt (note: does not work because it requires more precision than we have access to, doing it this way. Still works great for smaller powers, though):

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Got #205 with pencil and paper. Took forever but at least I didn't have to sleep through my english class hahaha.
EDIT: Just got #53 with pencil and paper :) 
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The problems that I have found to be the most rewarding to solve with pencil/paper rather than coding are: ("*" following the number indicates a high difficulty, "#" following a number represents a fairly tedious problem in terms of manual work)
6, 9, 26*, 28, 29#, 33, 39, 69, 108, 138*# I have obviously not looked at every problem between 1 and 108, but when I find more problems that can be done with pencil/paper I'll edit this. 
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Join #euler in irc.chatspike.net

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Do you know the definition of triangle numbered problem?

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1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 21, etc. Also, got #216 and #218 (o: Thinking about #241 now. 
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