386 - Perfect Cubes

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386 so simple BUT...

Post by deddy one » Sat Feb 22, 2003 10:01 am

my program gives me 216 lines of output and
it gives me WA

how many output lines it should be ?????
the sorting method is based ascending value of
"b" right??

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Post by Jalal » Sat Feb 22, 2003 8:30 pm

Cheak ur inner loops!
yes the sorting method is based ascending value of
"b"

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Post by deddy one » Sun Feb 23, 2003 7:59 am

so, how many lines of output are there in this problem??

I try to use double data type to guard against miscalculation
and it gives me 216 lines.

thanks.

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Post by angga888 » Sun Feb 23, 2003 12:40 pm

My output gives 223 lines.
I just use long, not double.
Try to check your loop again. You should get AC.

Good Luck :D

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Post by deddy one » Sun Feb 23, 2003 6:26 pm

thx guys
got AC now

I made stupid mistake in my loop :oops: :oops: :oops:

using long data type making the calculation faster too.
:D :D :D

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386 - keep getting wrong answer

Post by the900 » Wed May 07, 2003 11:38 am

My program has 223 lines of output, and the first ones are exactly the same as in the problem set, but I keep getting wrong answer. Does anyone know what could be wrong?

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Re: 386 so simple BUT...

Post by szymcio2001 » Sun May 11, 2003 11:07 pm

Rong wrote:Why does give 222 lines in my output ?
I compiled it and it printed 223 line on my computer.
Rong wrote: [cpp]
for(d=c;d<a;d++)
{
if(i==(pow(b,3)+pow(c,3)+pow(d,3)))
{
printf("Cube = %d, Triple = (%d,%d,%d)\n",a,b,c,d);
break;
}
}
}[/cpp]
This isn't verry efficient. You should check using math functions if exists a such integer d that a^3-b^3-c^3=d^3

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Post by the900 » Tue May 13, 2003 10:14 am

I get 223 lines of output but the judge tells me WA. Here's the code, could you help me

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Post by szymcio2001 » Tue May 13, 2003 11:39 am

[quote="the900"]I get 223 lines of output but the judge tells me WA. Here's the code, could you help me

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386 - Perfect Cubes

Post by aakash_mandhar » Mon Dec 15, 2003 1:31 pm

What is wrong with this code plz help.. i thought this was a cool logic but got wa....

It seems to work and gives me 223 answers.. Plz help...
Plzz help

[cpp]

# include<iostream.h>

long a;
long init,temp;
int i,j1,j2,j3;
long cube[201];
long sol[300][3];
long sc;


int find(int x,int y,int z)
{
for(int i=0;i<sc;i++)
if((sol[0]==x && sol[1]==y && sol[2]==z) || (sol[0]==x && sol[2]==y && sol[1]==z)|| (sol[2]==x && sol[1]==y && sol[0]==z) || (sol[2]==x && sol[i][0]==y && sol[i][1]==z)|| (sol[i][1]==x && sol[i][2]==y && sol[i][0]==z) || (sol[i][1]==x && sol[i][0]==y && sol[i][2]==z)) return 1;
return 0;
}

int main()
{
sc=0;
a=1;
init=7;
temp=6;
for(i=1;i<=200;i++)
{
cube[i]=a;
//cout<<a<<",\n";
a+=init;
temp+=6;
init+=temp;
}

for(i=6;i<=200;i++)
{
//cout<<cube[i]<<"\n";

for(j1=2;j1<=i-3;j1++)
{
for(j2=j1+1;j2<=i-2;j2++)
{
for(j3=j2+1;j3<=i-1;j3++)
{
if(cube[i]==cube[j1]+cube[j2]+cube[j3])
{
if(find(j1,j2,j3)==0)
{
sol[sc][0]=j1;sol[sc][1]=j2;sol[sc][2]=j3;sc++;
cout<<"Cube = "<<i<<", Triple = ("<<j1<<","<<j2<<","<<j3<<")\n";
}
}

}

}

}
}

return 1;
}

//@end_of_source_code

[/cpp]
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Nothing is wrong.

Post by sohel » Sat Dec 27, 2003 7:49 am

I have gone through your code and found no mistakes in it. So I decided to submit it and was not surprised to see 'accepted' as the reply. It means yours was a cool logic.

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AC

Post by aakash_mandhar » Mon Jan 05, 2004 12:50 am

Thx for the help..

I have removed my id from the post..
Thx again

Glad you liked the logic. :)
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WA 386

Post by WR » Mon Feb 02, 2004 10:48 am

Hi,

using brute force (or ''complete enumeration'' as I prefer to call it)
I get 223 lines of output - but a WA.

Summarizing the rules:

1) sort by non-descending a
2) b <= c <= d
3) if there's more than one triple for a specific a,
sort by the value of b (ascending)

Example:

Cube = 150, Triple = (24,102,132)
Cube = 150, Triple = (71,73,138)
Cube = 150, Triple = (75,100,125)
Cube = 150, Triple = (76,86,132)

So what's my mistake?!

Any hints?

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Post by pavelph » Mon Feb 02, 2004 6:06 pm

First outputs for this problem:
[pascal]program acm386; {a^3=b^3+c^3+d^3}
begin
writeln('Cube = 6, Triple = (3,4,5)');
writeln('Cube = 12, Triple = (6,8,10)');
writeln('Cube = 18, Triple = (2,12,16)');
writeln('Cube = 18, Triple = (9,12,15)');
writeln('Cube = 19, Triple = (3,10,18)');
writeln('Cube = 20, Triple = (7,14,17)');
writeln('Cube = 24, Triple = (12,16,20)');
writeln('Cube = 25, Triple = (4,17,22)');
writeln('Cube = 27, Triple = (3,18,24)');
writeln('Cube = 28, Triple = (18,19,21)');
writeln('Cube = 29, Triple = (11,15,27)');
writeln('Cube = 30, Triple = (15,20,25)');
writeln('Cube = 36, Triple = (4,24,32)');
writeln('Cube = 36, Triple = (18,24,30)');
[/pascal]
I hope it helps you.

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Post by WR » Tue Feb 03, 2004 8:49 am

Thanks for the post pavelph,

but it doesn't help because my output is exactly the same.

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#include <stdio.h>         /* printf */

/*****************************
 * ACM Contest - Problem 386       *
 *****************************/

int main(void)
{
  const int max = 200;
  long a, b, c, d;
  long a3, b3, c3, d3;

  for (a=2;a<=max;a++){
    a3 = a*a*a;
    for (b=2;b<=a;b++){
      b3 = b*b*b;
      for (c=b;c<=a;c++){
        c3 = c*c*c;
        for (d=c;d<=a;d++){
          d3 = d*d*d;
          if (b3+c3+d3 == a3)
            printf("Cube = %ld, Triple = (%ld,%ld,%ld)\n",a,b,c,d);
        }
      }
    }
  }
  return 0;
}

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