Link: Biteraton #3

I can only solve A and B.

How to solve C and D?

If anyone can give hints would be useful. Thank you.

Between the problems were very nice. Appreciate the efforts of team. Loved it.

Link: Biteraton #3

I can only solve A and B.

How to solve C and D?

If anyone can give hints would be useful. Thank you.

Between the problems were very nice. Appreciate the efforts of team. Loved it.

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got wrong answer on problem BIT3E (D-Minimum Cost) here is my approach My solution.

Any help with any testcase is highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

Whats the correct approach for B,(jumping Monkey) My Solution

I tried to do it with recursive dp, with states of current_index and parity? Where I am wrong, whatâ€™s wrong in my code.

Kindly help

In B I tried to take as maximum steps as I can and if I canâ€™t reach ans is -1 else ans is the smallest possible

yes! This question can be easily solved by some optimization to greedy

but for that you have to go for all index from index + 1 to index + k, somehow you have to do that recursively? Please correct if I am wrong

from index + k to index + 1, we want to maximize size of steps.

yeah thatâ€™ ok I guess that would not make any difference if I am going to explore each step

Nope! if you can reach from i + c to n then you can always reach n from i + d where d > c .

And you can also reduce duplicate checking by remembering the last pos you were on.

you said from index + 1 to index + k if you literally did this <- you would find that max possible number of steps.

Okkk I guess I get What I was doing wrong, itâ€™s possible to solve it using greedy technique instead of forcing DP into it.

but I am taking the minimum of all possible paths, Can you please look into my code I provided the soln link above

please look into the main function, I stored the no. as 0 or 1

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Can anyone please tell the approach to solve C question?

you are going for unoptimized searchâ€¦ you are going for every poosible moveâ€¦ which is too heavy to implement in 1 sec.

try this optimization, in every search callâ€¦ go for only point which is farthest from current.

This might be the culprit

in recursive function you did int ans = INT_MAX;

but in main function youâ€™re checking

if(ans1 == INT_MIN and ans2 == INT_MIN)

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If L = 1 then smallest cyclic shift in any other case it is possible to get sorted string.

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hey can you brief this? I canâ€™t get it why this is the case with l > 1

If l>=2 you can swap adjacent elements over a course of n moves so sorting is possible.

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