Practice programming problems for the ACSL 2020 Finals, which will be held May 23rd, 2020. The ACSL Finals will have two parts: Short Problems and Programming Problems. The Programming Problems will be solved using the HackerRank platform. The purpose of this "Practice Finals" is to familiarize you with the platform.
There are no prizes for this practice contest.
There are no rules for this practice contest. The ACSL 2020 Finals will require that you work independently - no machine or human assistance of any sort!
Although HackerRank supports 30 languages, you are allowed to use only C++, Java8, or Python3.
This platform sets up Code Stubs for each problem that handles the input and output and provides the signature(s) for method(s) used to solve the problem. Your code should solve the problem for a single set of input values. Each set of data will be checked independently and will be worth 1 point. No loops for multiple sets of data will be needed in this platform.