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Problem of the Week #654

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 There were two fully correct solutions submitted by Nikki Nestor and Hailey Kamminga. The prize was split equally between them. There were partial solutions submitted by Sishir Goyyumukkala, Maleia Thompson, and Emily DolanBaker. All of them got the right answer, but there was a technical logical gap in their argument.
Problem of the Week #652

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 There was one correct solution submitted by Emily DolanBaker.
Problem of the Week #651

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 There were two correct solutions this week submitted by Lashawn Perkins and Sishir Gottumukkala. The prize was divided equally between the two.
Problem of the Week #650

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 There was one correct solution by Koksal Karakus. Because Koksal is a graduate student no prize was awarded this week.
Problem of the Week #648

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 There was one correct submission this week from Koksal Karakus. Since Koksal is a graduate student, no prize was awarded this week.
Problem of the Week #647

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 There were two correct submissions from Haily Kamminga and Koksal Karakus. The prize was awarded to Haily Kamminga.
Problem of the Week #646

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 There were three correct submissions from Emily DolanBaker, Michael Lieby, and Hannah Groothuis. Based on a random draw, the prize was divided between Emily and Hannah.
Problem of the Week #645

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 There were three correct submissions from Brian Budd, Hannah Groothuis and Michael Leiby. Based on a random draw, the prize was divided between Budd and Groothuis.
Problem of the Week #644

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 The problem was solved by 6 students: Hannah Groothuis, Maleia Thompson, Bryan Budd, Hailey Kamminga, Emily DolanBaker, and Michael Leiby. By a random draw the prize will be split between Brian and Emily.
Problem of the Week #643

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 There were 6 correct solutions to problem #643. The problem was correctly solved by Drake Schreiber, Nikki Nestor, Hailey Kamminga, Michael Leiby, Emily Dolan, and Maleia Thompson. By a random draw, the prize was divided between Hailey and Emily.
Problem of the Week #642

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 There was one correct solution by Koksal Karakus. There is no prize this time.
Problem of the Week #641

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 There were two correct solutions to Problem 641 by undergraduates Emily DolanBaker and Nada AlAhmad. The prize is divided equally among them.
Problem of the Week #640

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 This week there was one correct colution, by Koksal Karakus. There is no prize since he is not an undergraduate student.
Problem of the Week #639

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 This week there was one correct solution by Koksal Karakus. There is no prize this week since Koksal is not an undergraduate.
Problem of the Week #638

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 This week there was exactly one correct solution by Koksal Karakus. There is no prize this week since Koksal is not an undergraduate.
Problem of the Week #637

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 This week there were three correct solutions. They were submitted by Koksal Karakus, Mitchell Dyer, and Emily DolanBaker. Koksal being a graduate student is not eligible for a prize. The prize was equally split between Mitchell and Emily.
Problem of the Week #636

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 There was one correct solution to Problem #636 by Nada Alahmad. As a CMU undergraduate, the prize goes to Nada.
Problem of the Week #634

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 There were two fully correct solutions to POTW 634, by Noah Michael Depew and Köksal Karakus. Köksal is not eligible for the cash prize, as he is not an undergraduate at CMU. The prize goes to CMU Sophomore Noah, who will be the first post pandemic POTW prize winner!