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Threads: Along the side of the highway, people put up columns of columns to make barriers. Columns are numbered from 1 onwards. The even columns are coated with reflective paint. Columns with even numbers are not divisible by 4 to be painted over an area of 1×1, columns with numbers

Threads: Write a program to find the maximum sum of the sub-ranges in the array. Input: The first line with N is the number of elements in the array. The next line contains the ith elements of the Output array: Maximum sum of a subset Example: input: 6 -2 11 -4 13

Threads: Let n seeds with a corresponding number of flowering days d1, d2, …, dn. A farmer grows a seed a day. Write a program to find the earliest number of days so that the farmer will have a garden party when all the seeds have grown

Threads: Vinh works for an ATM manufacturing company. The basic function of an ATM is to withdraw cash. When a customer wants to withdraw W dong, The ATM will give out N notes with a total of W dong. In the next generation ATM, Vinh

Threads: There are N cakes, each cake has a radius of ri (corresponding to the i th cake). All N pies have equal and equal height 1. It is necessary to divide N pies into F pies, satisfying the condition that F possible pancakes

Threads: Game TicTacToe is a reduced version of checkerboard game with board game as a board 3 x 3. Game includes 2 player, each turn 1 the player will check the box in the board. Player 1 will mark ‘x’, The second player will hit

Threads: Lee has an infinite number of candy bags in turn 6, 9 and 20 the candy. Have 1 the customer wants to buy n candies, Lee wants to sell as many bags of candy as possible. Help Lee figure out the maximum number of candy bags sold, know that she won't be sold

Threads: The palindromic number is a number that is the same when written forward or backwards. Therefore, The first few palindromic numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, 99, 101, 111, 121, … (Rule 1). In some cases

Threads:Counts the number of primes less than or equal to n. Input: A unique number n. n <= 5*10^9. Output: Number of primes less than or equal to n. For example: input: 3 output: 2

Threads:Given a number n, sum the divisors of the number n(n . not included)! Input: A unique number n. N <= 10^18. Output: Sum of the divisors of n. Suggestions: check prime number first. For example: input: 3 output: 1

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