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Basketball exercise (editorial) There are always 2 rows and in each row n students. The abstract idea of this problem is the zig-zag adding. Now there will be some case to skip the place in zig-zag and jump to another row. Pretty sure this will be an well optimized brute force method. Lets take the 2 input arrays as a and b.
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CF#574 C Basketball Exercise. http://codeforces.com/contest/1195/problem/C. Finally, a basketball court has been opened in SIS, so Demid has decided to hold a basketball exercise session. 2⋅n2⋅n students have come to Demid’s exercise session, and he lined up them into two rows of the same size (there are exactly nn people in each row).
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Codeforces. Programming competitions and contests, programming community. I am sorry to say but it is very unlikely for most people to understand that editorial unless you are already comfortable with the concept of dynamic programming and already know how to apply dynamic programming to solve problems.