# Points in a Plane

# Points in a Plane

alistair7 + 0 comments Someone should rewrite this question, it is very poorly explained.

jogi_kalpeshn + 0 comments Following is the sample result for the first test case

- a. 1) p1,p2 2) p3
- b. 1) p1,p3 2) p2
- c. 1) p2,p3 2) p1
- d. 1) p3 2) p1,p2
- e. 1) p2 2) p1,p3
- f. 1) p1 2) p3,p2

How the following results are different? To me, both have two turns, each covering same points in their turns(regardless of sequence).

- a. 1) p1,p2 2) p3
- d. 1) p3 2) p1,p2

hcec1 + 0 comments Can't understand the question, and explaination are hard to follow.

krishnadcme050 + 0 comments I did not understand question

kumarrishabh85 + 0 comments I didn't understand the question.......will anyone help me??

sultania25 + 0 comments Please Share Solution ayone?

robot6 + 1 comment 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.shantanu01497Asked to answer + 0 comments Looking very much like integers to me, although the description is vague. Try integer.

adityapanwarr + 0 comments I did not understand the question at all. Did not understand the input. Where are the co-ordinates of the points in the plane?

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