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bayleef needs to spend time trying to get his explainations better
could any one explain this
Can anyone tell what the excatly function f(n,d) is ?
Let s(d) be the sum of all the solutions for which f(n,d) = n.
Does this mean that s(d) is the total number of solutions, or it is the summation of the number n for which the statement is true? The example in the instructions doesn't help clarify this...
I am not able to get problem exactely.
Can any one Around Here Who tell about problem statement clear to me just explain the problem not the solution.