I think the answer to problem 7 should be [0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0], because q=31 leads to a Wagstaff prime.
Yes, you're right. Thanks, William. I've corrected the test suite. I should have known there was a problem because Athi's solution stepped around 31.
Project Euler: Problem 6, Natural numbers, squares and sums.
Replace all zeros and NaNs in a matrix with the string 'error'
Pi Estimate 1
Basic arrays operations.
Count alternating permutations
Evaluate the Struve function
Test approximations of the prime counting function
Compute the Bernoulli numbers
Evaluate the gamma function
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