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Back with a vengeance, I see. All the missing challenges in 1 day. Good to have you back.
Took some creativity to figure out how to group various columns together, but finally figured out a formula that would work.
Very funny challenge
A bit late but complete!
Thought I might be able to use the optimization tool for this but couldn't figure it out. Instead I went with more of a brute force method.
Interesting challenge! Here is the solution.
I was trying to see if I could get around parts using the data transposed to try and write more simple formulas, but got my head in a mess.
So looks like I went down the route of many......
A bit late, but this looked like a fun one, so I wanted to see if I could figure it out. I'm sure my solution isn't the most efficient way to solve this problem, but it gets the job done.
I chose to recalculate the position on each ring so it directly in the right position before gathering all the rings together via their Position.