Re: how about n=1?

I think when n=1 k must be 0

Re: how about n=1?

o_O, i think 2

Re: how about n=1?

no it is not 2 it is 0 you were not understand the problem

*Edited by author 04.04.2009 20:34*

Re: how about n=1?

Then why does my AC program output 2???

Re: how about n=1?

k cannot be 0 because we cannot divide on it. There will be no answer on question "How much heads of cabbage receive each hare?" because even 1=0*1000000+1 is true.

The answer is 2 because for 1 we have 1/1=1 but 1/2=0. And for 2 we have 1/2=1/3=0.

Re: how about n=1?

I'm sorry maby I was not understood the problem

Re: how about n=1?

K is the minimum integer that [n/k]=[n/(k+1)]

Re: how about n=1?

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Quyon 19 Aug 2009 09:14

if n=1 then output 2

1/2=0 and 1/3=0