I'm totally stuck as to *why* there are solutions for n >= x in problem set 2 problem 2. My code for the rest of the problem set is working fine, though. Any ideas?

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Please post your code so we can see it, either by attaching or using dpaste.com.

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ps2a.py http://dpaste.com/hold/530178/
ps2b.py http://dpaste.com/hold/530179/
The code works fine, as far as I can tell, though. But I'm not seeing the mathematical concept behind problem #1.

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lets say you can find 6 consecutive numbers of nuggets that you can buy with different combinations of 6, 9 and 20:
x, x+1, x+2, x+3, x+4, x+5
can you buy x+6 ? what would you have to do?
can you buy x+7 (or x+1 + 6)? what would you have to do?
...
can you buy x+11?
can you buy x+12?
don't know if its an actual mathematical concept - rather inductive or deductive reasoning lets you understand the theorem is true/valid.
a mathemagician could probably write an equation.

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\[\theta \Delta \sqrt[\tan^{-1} ]{?}\]

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