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Project Euler Problem 3: Largest Prime Factor

Problem 3 is where Euler starts forcing us to consider resource limitations. Before, the most straightforward solution worked just fine, even if it used more resources than a less complex algorithm would.

Project Euler Problem 2: Even Fibonacci numbers

Our first, and certainly not our last, encounter with the Fibonacci Sequence on Project Euler. Before we dive into Problem 2 together take some time to chew on it yourself if you haven’t already.

Project Euler Problem 1: Multiples of 3 and 5

This is a lovely problem to start with. It has a straightforward brute-force loop solution as well as a nice analytic solution where you can calculate the solution directly without the need for much programming.

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How I found Project Euler and pivoted into tech
Grae Drake

Grae Drake

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I’m working to scale one-to-one learning.

In 1984 Benjamin Bloom described the “ Two Sigma Problem", noting that students tutored with one-to-one techniques performed two standard deviations better than students in a traditional class.

He also dismissed large-scale one-to-one learning as “too costly” and not “realistic".

I believe Bloom was right about the effectiveness of one-to-one learning, but wrong about scalability. I’m building tools to prove that scalable, accessible one-to-one learning is possible today.