AGS - Aritho-geometric Series (AGS)
Arithmatic and geometric Progressions are 2 of the well known progressions in maths.
Arithmatic progression(AP) is a set in which the difference between 2 numbers in constant. for eg, 1,3,5,7,9 .... In this series the difference between 2 numbers is 2.
Geometric progression(GP) is a set in which the ratio of 2 consecutive numbers is same. for eg, 1,2,4,8,16.... In this the ratio of the numbers is 2.
What if there is a series in which we multiply a(n) by 'r' to get a(n+1) and then add 'd' to a(n+1) to get a(n+2)...
For eg .. lets say d=1 and r=2 and a(1) = 1..
series would be 1,2,4,5,10,11,22,23,46,47,94,95,190 ......
We add d to a(1) and then multiply a(2) with r and so on ....
Your task is, given 'a' , 'd' & 'r' to find the a(n) term .
sicne the numbers can be very large , you are required to print the numbers modulo 'mod' - mod will be supplied int the test case.
first line of input will have number 't' indicating the number of test cases.
each of the test cases will have 2 lines
firts line will have 3 numbers 'a' ,'d' and 'r'
2nd line will have 2 numbers 'n' & 'mod'
a- first term of the AGS
d-the difference element
r - the ratio element
n- nth term required to be found
mod- need to print the result modulo mod
For each test case print "a(n)%mod" in a separate line.
1 1 2
2 2 2
Description - for the first test case the series is 1,2,4,5,10,11,22,23,46,47,94,95,190..
13th term is 190 and 190%7 = 1
Note - the value of a , d , r , n & mod will be less than 10^8 and more than 0.
for every series 2nd term will be a+d and third term will be (a+d)*r .. and so on ..
|Added by:||Devil D|
|Cluster:||Cube (Intel Pentium G860 3GHz)|
excellent one!!!!!learned a very unique concept!!!!!!!!!!
where are the fucking constraints??? -_-
What a brilliant question! Finally ac after long struggle. New method for sum of GP.... Can't believe it was AC in 0.00 sec.... phew
tried after 2 years ...
i need you:
very nice problem...wasted 2 days
Took just 5 mins to derive formula but 4 hours to code it! Amazing problem! Seemed like I have solved similar problems before but I had to learn something new :) Awesome!Last edit: 2014-12-17 23:10:38
I have tried for all test cases but still WA
Last edit: 2014-06-24 10:25:40
getting WA despite checking all the cases
Piyush Raman Srivastava:
wrong assumptions by problem solvers and an awesome mathematics!! Thanx a lot @Devil D :)