832 - Financial Risk

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LunaDance
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832 - Financial Risk

Post by LunaDance »

I've been stucked at this problem for a long time. I don't know if there is a trap or my idea is totally wrong. :-?

my idea:

Split a client into 365 parts, each indicates the debt at the day.Then I read the input and add the debt between invoice and receipt.

e.g. client 1 has 5000 3 9
then I add 5000 from day[3] to day[8].

Then just to sum the total and sum the over-bounded risk, divide , output.

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#include<stdio.h>

typedef struct client
{
int upperbound;
int day[367];/*remember, these sould be interval*/
}client;

int main()
{
int i,j,k;
int casenum, clientnum, buynum, recnum;
int s,e;
int price;
long long total, out;
client c[100];
        
scanf("%d",&casenum);

for(;casenum > 0;casenum--)
{

scanf("%d",&clientnum);

for(i=0;i<clientnum;i++)
for(j=0;j<367;j++)
c[i].day[j] = 0;
total = out = 0;

for(i=0;i<clientnum;i++)
{
scanf("%d %d",&c[i].upperbound, &recnum);
for(j=0;j<recnum;j++)
{
scanf("%d %d %d",&price,&s,&e);

for(k=s;k<e;k++)
c[i].day[k] += price;

}
}
                
for(i=0;i<clientnum;i++)
for(j=0;j<367;j++)
{                                        
total += c[i].day[j];
if(c[i].day[j] > c[i].upperbound)
out += (c[i].day[j] - c[i].upperbound);
}                        
                        
printf("%.2f%%",100.0 * (double)((double)out / (double)total));
if(casenum > 1)
printf("\n\n");
}

return 0;
}

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Post by daveon »

Hi,

I'm also having trouble with this problem. :oops: What is the trick? How does one get debt from the sale's value?

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Post by daveon »

Second try for help....

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Post by mf »

How does one get debt from the sale's value?
Debt at a time t is sum of values of all sales whose time of invoice is <= t, and time of receipt is > t.

Also, notice that "Your program must write the percentage, truncated to 2 fractional digits."

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Post by daveon »

mf wrote:Also, notice that "Your program must write the percentage, truncated to 2 fractional digits."
Got AC and thanks Max, I misunderstood that.

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Post by jparanich »

I seem to be having a lot of trouble with this problem, and have submitted it a lot of times now... so I think I should get some clarifications...

Do the days start at index 0... i.e. Days are from "Day 0" to "Day 364" or is the format "Day 1" to "Day 365"?

Are the debt limit and transaction amounts only integers? Or can they be decimal amounts too?

Do dates wrap around? I.e. The invoice is on day 300 and the receipt is on day 20. That is, the transaction survives a year change...

It should also be mentioned that I am certainly truncating to two decimals on the percentage of uncovered risk, so I'm certain that is not the problem. Thanks all.

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Post by mf »

Do dates wrap around?
No.
Days are just points on the x axis without any such complicated issues.
Are the debt limit and transaction amounts only integers? Or can they be decimal amounts too?
I've assumed they could be decimal.

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