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it's a simple ques. you just need to print the series.
look at series..
scan num=a and add 2^n.b and print..
i didn't get the why query (q) is used for can you please explain
the question checks the impllementation of loops. we have to run through a,b and n to get the desired output. Query specifies how many times we have to print the sequences.
You can break the problem by first getting one sequence, and then running it q times over.
it show that how many lines of geometric series will come (a+b(2^n-1))
it is just the no. of test cases.
Everything is fine.. but what is q here.??
i think q is used for number of series you want to print .
0 2 10
5 3 5
here q=2 . which means 2 series. in 1st series a=0 b=2 n=10 and in 2nd a=5 b=3 c=5.
i hope i m correct. (Newbie here)
yes you got it right
On the first series you have n and the second you have c? explain please
I think that is a typing error, in the second series the values are a=5, b=3 and n=5.
Hope this helps!!!!
but actually what will be the equation will look like
Yup this ohe is clear.
in the given test case q=2
an in next q=3
It's super confusing, but "q" is taken care of for you and is actually called "t". Wtf! Yeah, I know.
no of test cases
just to decide number of enteries
but sir this solution is not satisfying all the test cases.
i mean first you have to calculate the first term then see that the first term is common in all terms so you have to just appy a loop after that , and in that loop i have told that what we have to perform. Now just simply iterate that loop and multilpy that first term to the matter that you calculated inside the loop.
u are correct bro..but i amnot getting the array declaration in java..can you help me?
In the U.S, when somebody says something is hard, you're not suppose to say, "its so simple look". xD
It's true, that particular form of langue, in English as spoken & written in the USA, is derogatory. "It's so simple..." often includes a tone of rudeness.
But, it depends on how one uses it!
Let's hope the meaning was:
"This HackerRank problem could have been written more simply for the user to interpret, as the problem itself is much simpler than the tangled language as presented,"
"You must not be very bright, this is obvious and easy."
As HackerRank is directed towards people of all learning levels, I choose to believe the first option!