If you remove the long distracting parenthesis from the Wikipedia definition, the sentence reads

in number theory, a narcissistic number in a given number base b is a number that is the sum of its own digits each raised to the power of the number of digits.

In the description of this kata, the in a given base is misplaced (is at the end of the sentence) and changes the meaning.

You misunderstood what's written there, read it again:

each raised to the power of the number of digits in a given base

From wikipedia:

In number theory, a narcissistic number (also known as a pluperfect digital invariant (PPDI), an Armstrong number (after Michael F. Armstrong) or a plus perfect number) in a given number base b is a number that is the sum of its own digits each raised to the power of the number of digits.

The description of what a narcissistic number is is wrong. It says the digits are to be raised to the power of the digits in a given base, and goes on to explain that the base is 10. So, power of 10?
You should just copy the definition from Wikipedia - "the sum of its own digits each raised to the power of the number of digits" (in the number, not in the base).

A single die can only be counted once in each roll. For example, a given "5" can only count as part of a triplet (contributing to the 500 points) or as a single 50 points, but not both in the same roll.

That means you can't count a dice in a triplet as a single dice.

One 1 => 100 points

It means a One that's not in a triplet counts as 100 points, you can have at most 2 in a roll. Not that should be only one One in a roll.

You forgot

`using System;`

to use`Math.Pow`

try to use "^" sign insted of Math.Pow in C#

I get this eror: "src/Solution.cs(11,36): error CS0103: The name 'Math' does not exist in the current context"

but I think c# has Math fuction. and I use "Math.Pow(x, y)" methode.

Oh, thanks, my bad, I didn't even try to return the bool.

You need to return True or False, not the strings 'true' or 'false'.

I have updated the description to make this even clearer than before.

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If you remove the long distracting parenthesis from the Wikipedia definition, the sentence reads

In the description of this kata, the

in a given baseis misplaced (is at the end of the sentence) and changes the meaning.You misunderstood what's written there, read it again:

From wikipedia:

See the examples. 153 in base 10, has 3 digits.

The description of what a narcissistic number is is wrong. It says the digits are to be raised to the power of the

digits in a given base, and goes on to explain that the base is 10. So, power of 10?You should just copy the definition from Wikipedia - "the sum of its own digits each raised to the power of the number of digits" (in the number, not in the base).

nice kata!

You are asked to return the amount of stars the piramide in the example has when it has "n" rows.

Hi. You're misreading the tests. True is that the description is not clear about the output. You must return the total number directly.

`Test.expect( score( [2, 3, 4, 6, 2] ) == 0, "Should be 0 :-(" );`

means: the output of you function

scorewith the input[2, 3, 4, 6, 2]is expected to be 0, otherwise the log will display "Should be 0 :-(".You'll see your code passes basic tests but is failing on attempt tests, but I hope this helps to begin.

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I don't understand what is wanted...

That's not what it says, read it again:

That means you can't count a dice in a triplet as a single dice.

It means a One that's not in a triplet counts as 100 points, you can have at most 2 in a roll. Not that should be only one One in a roll.

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