what are the three ways to obtain 7 by summing primes?! 2+5, 2+2+3, and?
Found at a blog that if a number is prime, wrongly some people consider this a sum. So the third way to obtain 7 would be 7 by itself, which is wrong, because it should actually be 7+0, but 0 is not a prime (and 7 by itself is not a sum). https://firstname.lastname@example.org/counting-the-ways-to-express-a-number-as-a-sum-of-primes-e5e871b48193#:~:text=For%20the%20number%207%20we,as%20a%20sum%20of%20primes.
middleAsColumn: Return all but first and last element as a column vector
Implement a bubble sort technique and output the number of swaps required
I Plead the Fifth
The length of the equal sides of an isoceles triangle is 'a'.For all the possible (integer) values of the remaining side,find the associated angles between the two equal sides.
Do they touch?
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