# Computation Contest #4 [2 SBI]

3년 전

Here you can solve interesting problems using whatever programming language you like. Also you will earn SBI and sometimes STEM by doing so.
Also you might learn new things by doing so.
The tasks will be rather hard to solve without a programmable computer and some programming skills, but if you want to add a few million numbers by hand or similar, I would still give you the reward.
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# Rules

#### In order to get accepted you need to somehow attach your code.

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# Problem

In math there are some functions that cannot be integrated using algebra like this:

In cases like that you might need your computer to do that.
You can do that by dividing the function into small almost constant portions and summing them all up.
Use this technique to integrate above function in the interval [1/x, x] where x is your current reputation.

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To everyone who already participated in a past contest, come back today and try a new problem(tell me if you don't want to be tagged):
@crokkon @kaeserotor @tonimontana

In case no one gets a result(which I doubt), I will give away the prize to the person who makes the most constructive description why the problem is too hard in your opinion.

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@contrabourdon sponsors my contests with 2 STEEM weekly.
You can support him by using a witness vote on untersatz, so he can further support this and other contests.