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maths, not code!

there are many math problems when we are coding,some skills can raise up the program operation efficiency.

how this looks extremely tricky. However, if there's a mathematical shortcut....maybe it's solvable

What the heck does this have to do with learning to code? It's just a math problem.

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Seems awfully familiar to Project Euler problems 112 and 113...

Remember, rectangles can overlap each other. They don't need to all fit in at once.

Hello, if we have 1 rectangle sized 32 and 6 rectangles sized 1x1 they are equal and total count of rectangles == 6. But 4 rectangles sized 21 == 8. Are you sure that 4 rectangles sized 2x1 is correct value? for n = 2 and m = 3 ?

Awesome!

Not the kind of problem I'm interested in. "Oh, look, a math riddle. lmgtfy!" Apparently other people like it, though.

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C Translation kumited.

maths, not code!

there are many math problems when we are coding,some skills can raise up the program operation efficiency.

how this looks extremely tricky. However, if there's a mathematical shortcut....maybe it's solvable

What the heck does this have to do with learning to code? It's just a math problem.

!

Seems awfully familiar to Project Euler problems 112 and 113...

Remember, rectangles can overlap each other. They don't need to all fit in at once.

Hello, if we have 1 rectangle sized 3

2 and 6 rectangles sized 1x1 they are equal and total count of rectangles == 6. But 4 rectangles sized 21 == 8.Are you sure that 4 rectangles sized 2x1 is correct value? for n = 2 and m = 3 ?

Awesome!

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Not the kind of problem I'm interested in. "Oh, look, a math riddle. lmgtfy!" Apparently other people like it, though.

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