I finished the last of the mathschallenge.net math programming problems. Actually, it’s a temporary milestone since new problems are added every few weeks. At right is a graph of problems started per day with a LOESS smoother applied. The data are from the creation date of the program files, and the few problems that I solved without coding are not represented.
A lot of the problems involved combinatorical counting, so it helped that I had just been reading the excellent lecture notes from MIT’s Mathematics for Computer Science course.