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Challenge #222: Where There's a Whale There's a Way

ReubenClayman
5 - Atom
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bmangel
7 - Meteor

My submission :)

OzlemSigbeku
8 - Asteroid

I'm sure there is a better way to do this but here is my solution:

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_Viktoria_
8 - Asteroid

solution

acarter881
11 - Bolide

Here's my solution.

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ARussell34
8 - Asteroid

The Gray whales for 2002 and 2003 and the Narwhal in 2003 had pods that averaged over 1000 km per whale, but the Beluga whale pod in 2001 went the furthest distance of 8,764 km. 

KirkN
Alteryx Community Team
Alteryx Community Team

My solution:

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JNBeason
7 - Meteor
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Laurap1228
11 - Bolide

My solution is 2 seconds faster than the posted one :)

alisonpitt
9 - Comet
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