SPUG: FW: Help..Any Math GENIUS out there?
Can Subaykan
cansubaykan at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 25 16:55:25 CDT 2002
How long did that take you to run? This was my first idea, I was going to
do like this, but after I got an idea of how long this was going to take, I
decided to control-C and wait for math PhD perl programmers to respond to
the question.
@a = @b = @c = @d = @e = (1..36);
$sols=0;
for $a (@a) {
for $b (@b) {
for $c (@c) {
for $d (@d) {
for $e (@e) {
print "trying $a $b $c $d $e\t$sols solutions\n";
if ($a + 36*$b + 360*$c + 3600*$d + 129600*$e == 2307012) {
print "A = $a, B = $b, C = $c, D = $d, E = $e\n";
$sols++;
}
}
}
}
}
}
print "\n\n$sols solutions\n\n";
----Original Message Follows----
From: "Duncan McGreggor" <oubiwann at myrealbox.com>
To: chuck.orr at attws.com
CC: spug-list at pm.org
Subject: Re: SPUG: FW: Help..Any Math GENIUS out there?
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 16:38:06 -0400
Man, it's been a really long time since linear algebra... but I think that
since you don't have 5 equations (to go with your 5 vars), you can't solve
it with a matrix...
It's not a quad, cubic, etc., so you can't solve it with those methods...
What about brute forcing it:
for ($a=1;$a<=36;$a++) {
$A=$a;
for ($b=1;$b<=36;$b++) {
$B=36*$b;
for ($c=1;$c<=36;$c++) {
$C=360*$c;
for ($d=1;$d<=36;$d++) {
$D=3600*$d;
for ($e=1;$e<=36;$e++) {
$E=129600*$e;
if ( $A + $B + $C + $D + $E == 2307012 ) {
print "found a solution:\n\t$a, $b, $c, $d, $e\n";
}
}
}
}
}
}
I don't know if my math is right, but I got the following results:
found a solution:
24, 3, 8, 28, 17
found a solution:
24, 3, 18, 27, 17
found a solution:
24, 3, 28, 26, 17
found a solution:
24, 13, 7, 28, 17
found a solution:
24, 13, 17, 27, 17
found a solution:
24, 13, 27, 26, 17
found a solution:
24, 23, 6, 28, 17
found a solution:
24, 23, 16, 27, 17
found a solution:
24, 23, 26, 26, 17
found a solution:
24, 23, 36, 25, 17
found a solution:
24, 33, 5, 28, 17
found a solution:
24, 33, 15, 27, 17
found a solution:
24, 33, 25, 26, 17
found a solution:
24, 33, 35, 25, 17
Duncan
-----Original Message-----
From: "Orr, Chuck (NOC)" <chuck.orr at attws.com>
To: "'spug-list at pm.org'" <spug-list at pm.org>
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 10:50:52 -0700
Subject: SPUG: FW: Help..Any Math GENIUS out there?
> Hello,
>
> I am hoping to use Perl to solve an equation like the below:
>
> A + (36*B) + (360*C) + (3600*D) + (129600*E) = 2,307,012
>
> I know that each of the variables A - E is a whole number in the range
> 1-36.
>
> Could I load those numbers (1 -36) in an array and substitute each number
> for each variable until this is solved?
>
> Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
>
>
> Thanks,
> Chuck Orr
> AT&T Wireless Services
> 425 288 2386
> chuck.orr at attws.com
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