SETTER: Vinay , Vaibhav , Pavel , pkacprzak , Aditya TESTER: Deepankar

Code Monk (Number Theory II)

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OPENS AT: Sep 23, 2015, 10:30 AM

CLOSES ON: Sep 23, 2015, 01:30 PM

DURATION: 3h

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We are very sorry for the initial glitch in evaluating some of the submissions made during the first 20 minutes from the start of contest.

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Author: Tanmay Chaudhari
Problem Setters : Arjit Srivastava
Problem Tester: Deepankar
Editorialist: Pawel

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Here is this week's tutorial on Number Theory II -


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Note - Participants of this Code Monk Graph Theory II will be automatically registered for the rest of the Code Monk Series.

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  1. For the programming questions in the test, you need to choose one language from the given list and attempt.
  2. All inputs for the programming problem are from STDIN and outpu...
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