Solved this without fully understanding the problem. Looked at the number of cuts and the resulting number of cubes and found a pattern that just happened to solve the kata. I'm not sure if this one is 8kyu worthy or not. In some ways it is because it's simple math operations. In other ways it's not because it's not to easy to determine what those math operations are.

Solved this without fully understanding the problem. Looked at the number of cuts and the resulting number of cubes and found a pattern that just happened to solve the kata. I'm not sure if this one is 8kyu worthy or not. In some ways it is because it's simple math operations. In other ways it's not because it's not to easy to determine what those math operations are.

at least 7kyu , not 8 ...it is hard for the 8kyu..

I really can not understand the problem, can someone explain it in basic English please

The case cuts=0 is not tested in Ruby and Python.

NASM approved

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added to the description, thanks :)

done

Very nice kata! Thanks!

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Description is not clever, Thanks for the pic, It helps me to understand the question, but anyway I solved this question by finding the pattern.

Why not 10 kyu then?

how the slices are cut...

https://i.imgur.com/36x8Fkv.png :)

Poor description IMO

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