for those detail-oriented (i.e. picky) I imagine cuts need to be straight lines, and the cake is two-dimensional?
You're half right: the cuts have to be straight. The cake is 3-D, though. Assume the cake is a rectangular solid, and all cuts are planar.
thanks for the clarification!
death^H^H^H^Hservings by a thousand cuts
It's about time you learned how to cheat properly, Corneli. I was wondering how many more switch/case and if/then solutions you were going to submit...
Which doors are open?
Make one big string out of two smaller strings
I've got the power! (Inspired by Project Euler problem 29)
Some Assembly Required
Diophantine Equations (Inspired by Project Euler, problem 66)
With apologies to William Blake
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