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The world’s largest problem is getting a bit harder to solve.

A study by the Australian National University and the University of Queensland’s Australian National Computing Centre has found that the world has now solved the largest puzzle of its kind.

Key points: The researchers found the world solved a mathematical problem of the year problem, or NP-complete, in 2021, just ahead of the previous record holder, which was achieved in 2017 The new study is the first to analyse the world for a new generation of computers and technologies That’s because it was discovered in 2021 that the answer to a puzzle was, in fact, a mathematical one, rather than an abstract one.

The researchers found that there were 5 billion possible solutions to a number called the NP-Complete problem, which is a type of problem in mathematics where the solution is determined by an algorithm.

“The NP-Completeness problem is a unique challenge to computer scientists,” lead researcher Dr Nick Taylor told ABC News.

“If you’re trying to find the shortest path to the destination, or if you’re looking for the shortest way to solve a mathematical equation, or to calculate something, then it’s probably the most challenging problem to solve.”

In 2021, the year of the world record-holder, the researchers found there were about 13 billion possible NP-completeness solutions.

“What we found was that, of these, about half were solved in 2021,” Dr Taylor said.

“We’re actually more likely to find a solution when the problem is very simple.”

So, for example, a simple NP-Solution problem is one where the number of possible solutions is zero.

“For the new study, Dr Taylor and his colleagues looked at the world of computing to determine how far computers could go in 2021.”

That was the year that the biggest problem in computer science was solved, so it was really interesting to see how far we could go,” he said.

Dr Taylor said the researchers looked at different fields including computer science, mathematics, science and engineering.”

It was a combination of both and it’s not really clear yet how the problem was solved,” he explained.”

But it’s clear that we were able to solve it by 2020.

“The new study found the NP problem was the world largest puzzle solved by 2021, which came in behind only the world-record holder, an abstract problem that had been solved in 2017.

The new data comes from the world class research team at the University’s Computing Center at ANU, which Dr Taylor co-founded.”

Our focus was on a very small set of the problems that we did,” he told ABC Radio Perth.”

A lot of these problems are very simple and it was quite a small set, but in some cases, like the NP problems, we had very large sets of solutions that were all solved in one year.

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