• ###### Tinki_Vinkicommented on "Integer Triangles Having One Angle The Double of Another One" kata

A,C,B are angles triangle. a,b,c are sides triangle (a,b,c Integer numbers). For C=2A -> c2=a2+ab. Solving system inequalities of triangle: a+b>c, b+c>a, a+c>b -> a<c<2a. for twice iteration 1th-a,2th-c (a<c<2a) and calculate b=(c2-a2)/a if b is Integer number and gcd(a,b,c)=1. My result for p=2470 is pos=219 (count(p)=1 for all p if pos < 219). This elementary geometry,but result incorrect.You can send a table of your results for 1<pos<215. Thank.

• ###### akar-0commented on "Word Challenges at School" kata

Indeed... Thank you for pointing this out.

• ###### akar-0created an issue for "Filtering Values For an Election" kata

(Python) Tests logs are totally unclear:

``````Test for a list of 254 elements (2 of 2 Assertions)
Result = [[254, 190], 45.5526, 7.4496]
``````

What do those two lines mean? The second line is always displayed in red though my code passes approximatively 90% of tests.

• ###### Chrono79commented on "Numbers that are a power of their sum of digits" kata

a certain power of the sum of its digits

`n` is the position of the term in the sequence, not the power you should use. I see the examples could give you the wrong idea about using the number of digits of the number, but that's not the case here.

• ###### B1tscommented on "Numbers that are a power of their sum of digits" kata

It can be any power, as far as I remember. (that's why it's 5 kyu I suppose)

• ###### Dexterzprotegecommented on "Numbers that are a power of their sum of digits" kata

Shouldn't it be 17^4?

• ###### rowcasedcommented on "Numbers that are a power of their sum of digits" kata
• 4 + 9 + 1 + 3 = 17
• 17 ** 3 == 4913
• ###### Chrono79commented on "Numbers that are a power of their sum of digits" kata

4 + 9 + 1 + 3 = 17 => 173 = 4913

• ###### Dexterzprotegecommented on "Numbers that are a power of their sum of digits" kata

Can anyone explain me how 4913 is a true case?

• ###### RealKenshirocommented on "Integer Triangles Having One Angle The Double of Another One" kata

Yes, it is correct.

• ###### Tinki_Vinkicommented on "Integer Triangles Having One Angle The Double of Another One" kata

For n=215 result p=2470 and side=715,729,1026 is correct?

• ###### akar-0created an issue for "Tracking Sums in a Process" kata

Haskell tests requirements are disproportionate compared with other languages.

• ###### akar-0commented on "Find Numbers with Same Amount of Divisors" kata

Ok thanks. Well that also means that edge cases are not systematically tested in random tests.

• ###### FArekkusucommented on "Find Numbers with Same Amount of Divisors" kata

Haskell reference solution checks all integers in range `[2; nMax - diff]` instead of `[2; nMax - diff)`.