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Forum: Puzzles 2022-01-12, 19:27
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Posted By Max0526
Both are available as of this morning.

Both are available as of this morning.
Forum: Puzzles 2022-01-11, 13:54
Replies: 25
Views: 3,668
Posted By Max0526
With n = 9, d = 7 I get the following values: ...

With n = 9, d = 7 I get the following values:

min: 117390
max: 194304

And with n = 10, d = 8:

min: 1747537
max: 1772281
Forum: Puzzles 2022-01-10, 17:11
Replies: 25
Views: 3,668
Posted By Max0526
Just for the fun of it, anybody wants to try...

Just for the fun of it, anybody wants to try coding n = 9, d = 7 and n = 10, d = 8 cases?
Forum: Puzzles 2022-01-10, 13:23
Replies: 25
Views: 3,668
Posted By Max0526
Got the same min/max! And the same number of...

Got the same min/max!

And the same number of primes!
Forum: Puzzles 2022-01-10, 06:06
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Posted By Max0526
If I skip 5 and 8 in my circle: PRIMES: 1860,...

If I skip 5 and 8 in my circle: PRIMES: 1860, CMAX = 21258 > 19690.
Greater number of primes doesn't necessarily mean higher score of the circle.
Also, below 8300 for the min so far.
Forum: Puzzles 2022-01-10, 04:24
Replies: 25
Views: 3,668
Posted By Max0526
> but my min is not even close to yours. It...

> but my min is not even close to yours.

It might be that the problem got edited after the initial posting. The first sentence reads:
"Seven distinct digits are placed on a circle." (also,...
Forum: Puzzles 2022-01-07, 22:00
Replies: 25
Views: 3,668
Posted By Max0526
Zoozie, could you please look up the max/min...

Zoozie, could you please look up the max/min scores, not the number of primes?
Thank you!
Forum: Puzzles 2022-01-07, 18:53
Replies: 25
Views: 3,668
Posted By Max0526
Thank you! I sent my 7/5 solution yesterday. ...

Thank you! I sent my 7/5 solution yesterday.
What did you code in? What was the total runtime?
I coded in Python, it took ~24 minutes to solve the n = 7, d = 5 case. Java should be faster for sure....
Forum: Puzzles 2022-01-07, 05:04
Replies: 25
Views: 3,668
Posted By Max0526
Min/max for 7/5 case? 446/3051?

Min/max for 7/5 case? 446/3051?
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