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# Weekly Challenge

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## Challenge #3: Running Averages

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Not entirely sure if my output is the same, some of my figures look a little different but not sure if this is just down to rounding.

7 - Meteor

My solution

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Here is my solution!

8 - Asteroid
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My Solution

8 - Asteroid

My (brute force) solution...

13 - Pulsar

Gave my interpretation of the solution.

Note: If the required amount of previous months weren't available to calculate the specified running avg, I assigned the result as null; i.e. if you are in Feb, and only January is available as a prior month, we shouldn't be able to do (Jan+Feb/)2 as that's a 2-month running avg, so I'd assign Feb as a null. Correct me if this assumption is wrong! 🤓

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7 - Meteor

Hello,

Here is my solution to Challenge 3! :)

7 - Meteor

Thank you for the challenge - my solution is attached.

8 - Asteroid

Hard one for me but I just recently had to do some running numbers at work.  Solution: