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By AkshajK, history, 7 weeks ago, In English

QuickMaths now has two new levels: Sum of Squares and Prime Factorization.

Join us in the first Quickmaths Marathon 1 here from Friday Feb 23 to Friday March 1 (ending at 7:30 EST)

After the week, we'll host a live five-game Twitch showdown among the top five in each of the two categories to determine the winner.

The winners in each category will win $50 each (via Amazon Gift Card).

Good luck!

The Sum of Squares task is to write a number as the sum of at most 4 squares. For example, $$$151 = 100 + 25 + 25 + 1$$$ so an acceptable answer would be "100 25 25 1" or "25,1,25,100", etc.

The Prime Factorization task is to prime factorize the given number. For example, the prime factorization of $$$405$$$ would be "3^4 * 5" or "5^1*3^4", etc.

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Current Results: Sum of Squares

  1. Satisfied hyena (1815)
  2. reowong (1753)
  3. Alecks bad (1750)
  4. Srihari (1737)
  5. 1434 (1554)

Current Results: Prime Factorization

  1. Srihari (1902)
  2. Satisfied hyena (1713)
  3. TEDDIURSA (1652)
  4. Rbcubed (1553)
  5. google eyes (1528)
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Current Results: Sum of Squares

  1. Srihari (1939)
  2. alecks bad (1802)
  3. satisfied hyena (1795)
  4. reowong (1767)
  5. not_reowong (1731)

Current Results: Prime Factorization

  1. Srihari (1891)
  2. reowong (1796)
  3. TEDDIURSA (1740)
  4. satisfied hyena (1700)
  5. rbcubed (1656)