Return the volume of a regular n-simplex with a unit side length.
Results are up to 4*eps precision.
Neither string operations nor interpolations are allowed!
Good problem, in the sense that it disallows many of the hacks used to cook a problem.
Back to basics 15 - classes
Basics: Divide integers to get integer outputs in all cases
Try 1.5.4: Celsius to Fahrenheit
Side of a rhombus
Dots in a Circle
Triangular Tiling Dots in a Circle
Chebyshev polynomials of the 2nd Kind
Shifted Hexagonal Tiling Dots in a Circle
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