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Challenge #176: Math Class Drill

Meteoroid
 
Alteryx Partner

Always surprising how many different ways there are to tackle these.

Fireball

@KaneG, great find! In my office, we pick a weekly challenge to work on together as a team, and I think this was one of the most engaging challenges we've done!

 

Within our group, we had a few different solving methods (including one person who did it solely using the Python tool). We also tried different numbers of digits and discussed/tested different methods for improving performance. A few users continued to iterate on this one for a couple of days after we did the challenge together!

Asteroid
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Asteroid

I really enjoyed this one! Nice and easy

Atom
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This was super fun.  So many different ways to solve!

Alteryx Partner
 
Alteryx Partner

I have made an iterative macro which outputs all the 4 numbers at last. PFB my work !

 

Cheers!

Marya

Meteor
 
Asteroid

The moment you realise you've finished the Alteryx challenge, only to find out that it was a trick math question! The answer is right there staring at you. 0 and 1 cubed are still 0 and 1.