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**phrontister****Real Member**- From: The Land of Tomorrow
- Registered: 2009-07-12
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Problem #18 (Maximum Path Sum I):

Problem #67 Maximum Path Sum II):

The large triangles for both problems can be downloaded from the links I gave.

bobbym's Down the rows and columns game thread from 2012 has 3 more of these. I solved them longhand back then coz they were easy enough. Also, I just hadn't considered using code.

I solved #18 longhand, but #67 was much too big for that! I tried and failed with M & BASIC code, but worked out a nice Excel (spreadsheet) solution for each of them (including bobbym's). Had to google for a logic clue first, though.

*Last edited by phrontister (2024-06-09 01:13:37)*

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**Oculus8596****Banned**- From: Great Lakes,Illinois
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You are better off going to the following sites with your advanced math questions:

freemathhelp.com

mathforums.com

mathhelpforum.com

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**phrontister****Real Member**- From: The Land of Tomorrow
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Oculus8596 has missed the whole point of tackling these wonderfully challenging Project Euler Problems!

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