Here is my solution for "Can you hack it?"
By finding the first differences and the second differences the function can be determined to be f(n)=4n^2 -3n -8. Substituting 6 for n we get 118
3 years, 4 months ago
Guiseppi, I noticed this is your second post about being unable to publish solutions. Can you describe the issue that you are facing?
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In this one I wasn't given the opportunity to Publish my solution from private to public. In the Counting triangles the submit solution button wasn't alive for me.
Thanks. I have published your solution to this problem.
I am not able to reproduce the other issue. Please inform me if you notice that the "preview/continue/publish" buttons do not work for you. If you send me a screenshot, that can help me understand it better.
They are both working now in the homes of both.
what do you mean by hack it
To cope with successfully; manage: