• ###### ITSOEScommented on "Drying Potatoes" kata

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• ###### maiya-22commented on "The fusc function -- Part 1" kata

Some of us are at a level where that is a lot to explain; so thank you for replying to their question.

• ###### JohanWiltinkcommented on "Simple Fun #246: Array Center" kata

`|b[i] - avg(a)|` means `absolute value of ( b[i] - avg(a) )`. Otherwise, you can simply take the description at face value; there are no hidden meanings. Just follow the instructions. Don't read too much into it, there is no more than what's there.

• ###### maiya-22commented on "Simple Fun #246: Array Center" kata

I don't understand the instructions at all, if anyone can clarify? Thanks!

• ###### mikestepanovcommented on "Push a hash/an object into array" kata

Why do you need tests?
It asks you only for syntax.

• ###### Voilecommented on "The Queen Of Hearts Challenge" kata

This is a puzzle. You're supposed to figure out what the riddle is.

• ###### maiya-22commented on "Simple Fun #114: "abacaba"" kata

Thanks for the help!

• ###### maiya-22commented on "Drying Potatoes" kata

My confusion about this problem is: when you put the potatoes in the oven, you are trying to evaporate the water, but not the dry matter. Thus, I don't understand how the ratio to dry matter and water will be proportionate to the starting ratio. If both the water and the dry matter are evaporated, then the potato is just smaller and not less wet. If anyone has any suggestions about where I can look, in order to learn the math for this, that would be great; as I'm not sure what I'm missing. Thanks!

• ###### MatthewHoarcommented on "Simple Fun #114: "abacaba"" kata

The kth character of the final list of S(26).

So S(1) = a
S(2) = aba
S(3) = abacaba
etc
Until S(26) = abacaba...(some stuff)...abacaba

The 3rd character of S(26) would be a, for example, the 4th character c, the 8th character would be [whatever letter is next in the final string / list].

Hopefully this is not spoilery, and is helpful.

• ###### myjinxin2015commented on "Simple Fun #105: Rectangles" kata

Well done. Approved.
Thanks for your work ;-)

• ###### elkirkmocommented on "Simple Fun #105: Rectangles" kata

Translated to CoffeeScript. Please accept.

• ###### maiya-22commented on "Simple Fun #105: Rectangles" kata

Oh, I see, thank you.

• ###### Voilecommented on "Simple Fun #105: Rectangles" kata

"there are two 1x1 rectangles and one 1x2 rectangle. So `2 + 1 = 3`."

You need to count all rectangles of all possible dimensions.

• ###### maiya-22commented on "Simple Fun #105: Rectangles" kata

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Thanks :)