# Project Euler

In a trio, pairs, or individually, complete problems from Project Euler (show all problems).

Project Euler is a set of challenging problems that combine mathematics and technology. Choose three problems whose difficulty will be determined by how many people are in your group and how many people have solved the problem.

• Individuals "solved by" sum ≤ 350,000
• Pairs "solved by" sum ≤ 275,000
• Trios "solved by" sum ≤ 200,000

Clearly and fully explain your solutions including how technology was used to solve each problem.

## Recommended problems?

These problems have been popular in the past: 13, 15, 19, 22, 63, 79, 96

## Challenge

Lowest "solved by" sum for each group type (individual, pair, trio) earns +1 TP. This requires all answers are correct.

## Plagiarism notice

All of these problems have been solved by people online. It is great to get ideas from other people, but not okay to copy their work. It is also difficult to unsee what you have seen. When in doubt, do not look online for hints.

## SUBMISSION

1. Publish the assignment to your EduBlog by:
• posting your solution
• using LaTeX for all non-calculator mathematics notation
• including any files that you created for the assignment
• submitting the post's URL to Canvas
2. By submitting the assignment, you acknowledge that all work is your own.

## Project Euler scoring guide

 General requirements "solved by" sum is appropriate for group size (5 TP) Problem 1 Solution is _____ explained. This includes how technology was used to solve the problem. 4 - fully 3 2 1 0 - not Final answer is correct (1 TP) Problem 2 Solution is _____ explained. This includes how technology was used to solve the problem. 4 - fully 3 2 1 0 - not Final answer is correct (1 TP) Problem 3 Solution is _____ explained. This includes how technology was used to solve the problem. 4 - fully 3 2 1 0 - not Final answer is correct (1 TP) CHALLENGE All answers are correct and lowest "solved by" for group size of … Individual (+1 TP) Pair (+1 TP) Trio (+1 TP)

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