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Challenge #185: Amplify your Learning with Weekly Challenges!

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The challenge questions were pretty straight forward, the bonus however, was not able to get the right answer got a different day month combination where the frequency of lifts was 15.


Asteroid
 
Alteryx
Alteryx

Hope everyone enjoyed Inspire!

 

My solution:

Asteroid

Didn't try the Bonus, ran out of time. 

 

Alteryx Certified Partner

been a while since my last challenge, good to be back.

 

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Here is my solution !

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My solution!

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Sam 

Nebula
Nebula

Fun one.  Interpreting the bonus was the tricky part.  

 

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I agree with @TonyA@kmcdaniel and others who think the methodology suggested in the hint actually gave you an incorrect answer. Averaged over all the years, 15:00 on Saturdays in September is the hour where you're most likely to see the bridge lift.  (with a possible slight adjustment for the number of Saturdays in September over the years as compared to the frequency of other days)


Dan