Hello Grant, links to formulas are broken for several problems in this series.
it's Ok now, thank you.
For a while, I thought that the stress-strain curve was linear up to the yield point and then given by the power law (suitably shifted). Now I realize that for strain hardening materials, the power law applies for strains between zero and the ultimate strain.
Count from 0 to N^M in base N.
Remove the two elements next to NaN value
Chebyshev polynomials of the 1st Kind
There are 10 types of people in the world
Stress-Strain Properties - 8
Lights Out 6 - 5x5, 13 moves
Mechanical Advantage of a Gear Train
Lights Out 13 - 5x5, three stages, x moves
Divisible by n, prime divisors (including powers)
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