Project Euler (named after Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler) is a competition where participants solve mathematical problems using computer code in their language of choice.
These articles describe each problem in detail, including the complete code in the R language to find the solution. Some of the early problems appear trivial, but they provide an excellent introduction to coding in R. My aim is to solve at least the first 100 problems without using any specialised packages. The code can be downloaded through my GitHub repository.
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Euler Problem 33 takes us back to the world of fractions from our primary school days. This article explains how to solve Euler Problem 33 with R and shows how to use a seqence of fractions to draw Fo...Read More
This article provides a solution in the R language for Euler Problem 144: How many times does a laser bounce inside an elliptical mirror before the light beam exits it? We can use the solution to this...Read More
Euler Problem 32 returns to pandigital numbers, which are numbers that contain one of each digit. Like so many of the Euler Problems, these numbers serve no practical purpose whatsoever, other than so...Read More
A solution in R for Euler Problem 30: Digit fifth powers. Find the sum of all the numbers that can be written as the sum of fifth powers of their digits. Numberphile has a nice video about a trick to ...Read More