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Challenge #231: What a Combo!

danicahui
8 - Asteroid
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KOBoyle
11 - Bolide
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ehughes
9 - Comet
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Some very nice simple solutions provided by other people!

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RWvanLeeuwen
10 - Fireball
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JosephSerpis
16 - Nebula
16 - Nebula

Challenge Completed

 

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dombaikamilla
8 - Asteroid
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jamielaird
14 - Magnetar

Here's my solution. Column order of my solution is slightly different so I computed the hashed value of all the numbers sorted from smallest to largest as a concatenated string to make sure my table contains the same numbers as the posted solution.

 

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robert-headington
8 - Asteroid

#231

Toons
12 - Quasar

My solution :

 

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apathetichell
17 - Castor

I'm sure an iterative macro would do the trick on this too - but this is pretty straight forward with Min() functions too...