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plamplam
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by plamplam » Sun Jul 03, 2011 3:36 pm

Hi, I solved this problem after getting 4 Wrong Answers. My first solution was wrong, so I had to prepare another correct solution. Here are some test cases which helped me find my mistake. Hope this will help anyone getting Wrong Answer, but try it yourself first:) May be that is the best way to learn.

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```
15
123456 125634
123456 465231
123456 465132
123456 461325
641325 465231
641325 463251
463152 641325
456789 458967
351624 465231
641325 461325
123654 351624
111111 111111
111211 211111
111112 112111
512512 215215
```

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```
Equal
Not Equal
Equal
Equal
Equal
Not Equal
Equal
Equal
Not Equal
Not Equal
Not Equal
Equal
Equal
Equal
Equal
```

You tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is 'never try'. -Homer Simpson

yeasin_acm_solver
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by yeasin_acm_solver » Tue Jul 05, 2011 10:34 pm

i can't understand this input output case :

input:

1

123456 461325

output:

Equal

Can anyone help me by explain how it is possible ?

plamplam
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by plamplam » Wed Jul 06, 2011 8:09 pm

Sure, its a pleasure.

Flip the dice once side-wise to the right. Now you have this combination:

463251

Now turn the dice once(90 degrees) clockwise, and there you go 461325. At first I checked if there are three pairs in the second string with the same opposite faces as in the first string, but then I realized that this doesn't always show correct output. Why don't you grab a dice and try it for yourself? You can also try making a small box with paper and numbering the faces as required, if you are struggling to understand my reasoning. Good luck

You tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is 'never try'. -Homer Simpson

tzupengwang
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by tzupengwang » Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:19 pm

I was struggling with the problem and at the end I decided to state the 24 possibilities of a dice and compare it one by one?I'm curious why I get WA!!

Can anyone help? thanks

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```
/*11959*/
#include<stdio.h>
#include<algorithm>
using namespace std;
int in;
int s1[7],s2[7];
int opp[11];
void READ()
{
scanf("%d",&in);
for (int i=6;i>0;i--)
{
s1[i]=in%10;
in/=10;
}
scanf("%d",&in);
for (int i=6;i>0;i--)
{
s2[i]=in%10;
in/=10;
}
}
int main()
{
//freopen("in.txt","r",stdin);
//freopen("out.txt","w",stdout);
int amm;
scanf("%d",&amm);
while (amm--)
{
READ();
if (s1[1]==s2[1]&&s1[2]==s2[2]&&s1[3]==s2[3]&&s1[4]==s2[4]&&s1[5]==s2[5]&&s1[6]==s2[6])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[1]&&s1[2]==s2[2]&&s1[3]==s2[6]&&s1[4]==s2[3]&&s1[5]==s2[4]&&s1[6]==s2[5])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[1]&&s1[2]==s2[2]&&s1[3]==s2[5]&&s1[4]==s2[6]&&s1[5]==s2[3]&&s1[6]==s2[4])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[1]&&s1[2]==s2[2]&&s1[3]==s2[4]&&s1[4]==s2[5]&&s1[5]==s2[6]&&s1[6]==s2[3])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[2]&&s1[2]==s2[1]&&s1[3]==s2[6]&&s1[4]==s2[5]&&s1[5]==s2[4]&&s1[6]==s2[3])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[2]&&s1[2]==s2[1]&&s1[3]==s2[5]&&s1[4]==s2[4]&&s1[5]==s2[3]&&s1[6]==s2[6])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[2]&&s1[2]==s2[1]&&s1[3]==s2[4]&&s1[4]==s2[3]&&s1[5]==s2[6]&&s1[6]==s2[5])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[2]&&s1[2]==s2[1]&&s1[3]==s2[3]&&s1[4]==s2[6]&&s1[5]==s2[5]&&s1[6]==s2[4])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[3]&&s1[2]==s2[5]&&s1[3]==s2[6]&&s1[4]==s2[2]&&s1[5]==s2[4]&&s1[6]==s2[1])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[6]&&s1[2]==s2[4]&&s1[3]==s2[5]&&s1[4]==s2[2]&&s1[5]==s2[3]&&s1[6]==s2[1])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[5]&&s1[2]==s2[3]&&s1[3]==s2[4]&&s1[4]==s2[2]&&s1[5]==s2[6]&&s1[6]==s2[1])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[4]&&s1[2]==s2[6]&&s1[3]==s2[3]&&s1[4]==s2[2]&&s1[5]==s2[5]&&s1[6]==s2[1])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[3]&&s1[2]==s2[5]&&s1[3]==s2[4]&&s1[4]==s2[1]&&s1[5]==s2[6]&&s1[6]==s2[2])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[6]&&s1[2]==s2[4]&&s1[3]==s2[3]&&s1[4]==s2[1]&&s1[5]==s2[5]&&s1[6]==s2[2])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[5]&&s1[2]==s2[3]&&s1[3]==s2[6]&&s1[4]==s2[1]&&s1[5]==s2[4]&&s1[6]==s2[2])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[4]&&s1[2]==s2[6]&&s1[3]==s2[5]&&s1[4]==s2[1]&&s1[5]==s2[3]&&s1[6]==s2[2])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[4]&&s1[2]==s2[6]&&s1[3]==s2[1]&&s1[4]==s2[3]&&s1[5]==s2[2]&&s1[6]==s2[5])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[3]&&s1[2]==s2[5]&&s1[3]==s2[1]&&s1[4]==s2[6]&&s1[5]==s2[2]&&s1[6]==s2[4])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[6]&&s1[2]==s2[4]&&s1[3]==s2[1]&&s1[4]==s2[5]&&s1[5]==s2[2]&&s1[6]==s2[3])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[5]&&s1[2]==s2[3]&&s1[3]==s2[1]&&s1[4]==s2[4]&&s1[5]==s2[2]&&s1[6]==s2[6])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[5]&&s1[2]==s2[3]&&s1[3]==s2[2]&&s1[4]==s2[6]&&s1[5]==s2[1]&&s1[6]==s2[4])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[4]&&s1[2]==s2[6]&&s1[3]==s2[2]&&s1[4]==s2[5]&&s1[5]==s2[1]&&s1[6]==s2[3])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[3]&&s1[2]==s2[5]&&s1[3]==s2[2]&&s1[4]==s2[4]&&s1[5]==s2[1]&&s1[6]==s2[6])printf("Equal\n");
else if(s1[1]==s2[6]&&s1[2]==s2[4]&&s1[3]==s2[2]&&s1[4]==s2[3]&&s1[5]==s2[1]&&s1[6]==s2[5])printf("Equal\n");
else printf("Not Equal\n");
}
return 0;
}
```

brianfry713
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by brianfry713 » Fri Sep 07, 2012 12:38 am

That is AC code.

Check input and AC output for thousands of problems on

uDebug !

tzupengwang
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by tzupengwang » Fri Sep 07, 2012 6:02 am

Wow~I didn't notice that, maybe there's a problem about my submission, I got AC now!

forthright48
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by forthright48 » Thu May 29, 2014 7:00 am

Tried really hard to avoid simulating rotation of the cube, but had no luck with mathematical approach

. So in the end, had to run flood-fill over all the states reachable from given string by simulating rotation to get AC.