In no way this question statement seemed to be tricky or interesting to me and other teams of my college,reduction game really got everyone(easy but tricky).
I don’t think there’s any ambiguity in the question. We are indeed trying to assign the robots directions so as to ensure they don’t collide. The catch is that it’s up to the robots to decide when to start moving.
i agree that 2nd one is tricky in idea(easy to code though), but the point is not about it, my doubt is on question 1.
have you gone through the bold statement i mentioned above, where(i think ) it says---- “is there any possibility of giving directions to robots in such a way that they can be in safe , or if in any possible direction we cannot make it safe, it will be unsafe”
but I found later on that, question was whether there is any one possibility of giving directions to make them unsafe.
@spidy_j please loook at the difference i posed…
“question was whether there is any one possibility of giving directions to make them unsafe.”. Where do you infer that from?
ok…got it!!! things need to be clearly seen