jaresty
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Sum of squares of two largest of three numbers
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8 votes
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Replacing Items in an NSMutableArray
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8 votes
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Find all distinct triples less than N that sum to S
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7 votes
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Write a procedure stream-limit that finds
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6 votes
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Eight-queens puzzle
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6 votes
645 views
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Determining if f(n) = n^2 + 3n + 5 is ever divisible by 121
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6 votes
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Cube root (Newton's method)
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6 votes
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Redefine count-leaves as an accumulation
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5 votes
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Representing a queue as a procedure with local state
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5 votes
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Calculate the weekday from a date (M-D-Y)
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5 votes
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Standard Algebraic Derivative Calculator
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5 votes
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Lisp quicksort code
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5 votes
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Reverse in terms of fold-right and fold-left
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5 votes
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Matrix multiplication and dot-product
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5 votes
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Extend sums and products functions
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Examine a list for cycles
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5 votes
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Sorting numbers in LISP
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4 votes
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Print an integer and its digits reversed
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4 votes
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Finding a cryptoarithmetic solution
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GCD - is this solution iterative?
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4 votes
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Abstract tree-map function
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4 votes
486 views
Search on a binary tree
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4 votes
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Set representation allowing duplicates
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4 votes
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Determine type of triangle in LISP
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3 votes
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Encode-symbol for Huffman tree
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3 votes
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equal? predicate for lists
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3 votes
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Testing input integers for the palindrome property
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3 votes
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Compute arithmetic sum of a constant difference sequence
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Pascal's triangle
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Writing a general purpose "split" function (for SICP's imaginary language)