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Someone should rewrite this question, it is very poorly explained.
Following is the sample result for the first test case
How the following results are different? To me, both have two turns, each covering same points in their turns(regardless of sequence).
Can't understand the question, and explaination are hard to follow.
My solution is .Is there any solution in ?
mine is o ( 2^n * n^2 * T ) but because of some base cases and greedy choice of points got accepted !
I did not understand question
I didn't understand the question.......will anyone help me??
Please Share Solution ayone?
Are the points integers or doubles? The examples illustrate integers, but the title is "points on a plane," which suggests R2, not a grid.
The problem is sometimes you don't learn these details until after your first submission.
Looking very much like integers to me, although the description is vague. Try integer.
What if the points were lined up in a row?
* * *
2) p1, p2 -> p3
2) p1, p3 -> p2
2) p2, p3 -> p1
1) p1, p2, p3
Would it be 1 7 ?
No, I think 1 1. We have only one turn, the order of points in a turn does not matter.
I did not understand the question at all.
Did not understand the input.
Where are the co-ordinates of the points in the plane?