for the last one the result in either the if or else case is the same right? I could def see the condition being depth <= 0 to silently move past unbalanced parentheses though.

I wrote a gcd function, and it of course collided with Prelude's, so I took it out. At no point did I stop and think that if Prelude defines a GCD function it stands to reason that it would provide an LCM function too.

for the last one the result in either the

`if`

or`else`

case is the same right? I could def see the condition being`depth <= 0`

to silently move past unbalanced parentheses though.I have been acting like a wildman trying to find what I'm doing wrong!! Thank you!!

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what is thaat?

https://www.codewars.com/kata/5824daf7c4d7f388600002a3

https://www.codewars.com/kata/52859abdf8fc1b12e0000141

Duplicate to many

I wrote a gcd function, and it of course collided with Prelude's, so I took it out. At no point did I stop and think that if Prelude defines a GCD function it stands to reason that it would provide an LCM function too.

You're really close! What's the formula for distance between two points?

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correct.

YO I just saw this since I'm not on here enough but this is GREAT!! I'm honored! TYSM

python translation:

https://www.codewars.com/kumite/5e981040f3bd4a002fbe3217?sel=5e981040f3bd4a002fbe3217

You forgot to use

`divBy 2`

instead of`flip (//) 2`

Nicely done!! :)

ooh smart to use range. If you want to go point free you can flip the direction of composition

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