You just measured its surface area, that is the input.
Negative surface area??
Cmon I'm sure a bit more challenging problems would'nt harm the a players brain...
I would have preferred something a bit more challenging, like asking for the volume, given the surface area, rather than just the radius. Then, the two-step solution (solve for r from area, and volume from r) could be consolidated into one line (by raising the area amount to the 1.5 power and scaling the constants appropriately).
I don't know why the lead solution is like this with the regular expression. And i estime the time with tic and toc. It is not the best. What is the size here? can anybody tell me, thx.
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Can anybody tell me what this question means? thx :)
This user (mohamed elbesealy) appears to have gamed the system, with fraudulent "likes" of this unremarkable solution submitted by 'sock-puppet' accounts. —DIV
Im sorry what is x, the volume or the radius.
Why is the size 2 for this solution?
This funciton fails the assertions when I run it, and it becomes size 14. I am confounded.
I am a bit bewildered about the size too. According MathWorks, it ought to be higher due to the inspection algorithm (see <>).
Times 2 - START HERE
Read a Soroban Abacus
Number of 1s in the Binary Representation of a Number
Right and wrong
Swap the input arguments
Given n, create n random numbers such that their standard deviation is also n.
Sorted highest to lowest?
old wine in a new bottle?
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