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I won't reveal the solution to this problem. But it is a readable word (e.g., like "tooshytokiss"). Once I solved it, I could see that one of the members (Oq0) had posed another problem: W(−P(costume)+P(eminence)−P(attained)+P(myself)−P(dissimulation)), which also produced a readable word. My questi...
- Sun Feb 17, 2019 5:38 pm
- Forum: Clarifications on Project Euler Problems
- Topic: Problem 444
- Replies: 6
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It seems to me that there are situations where the choice is ambiguous. Suppose p = 3 and suppose the first person has a 2. Then the second person's optimal choice is ambiguous as both have a value of 2. But it one case the expected number of people at the end is 2.5 while it's 1.5 in the other case...