Please add more tests, otherwise the problem is trivially solvable.
The solution isn't unique - it could be anything between 0 and 12.5. Need to specify that only integer side lengths are allowed (even then there could be multiple solutions). Also more test cases are required.
This problem is problematic.
did not get this problem...
It is'nt always true! E.e. whether a quadrat's diagonal is 5 it's sides are 5/sqrt(2)! And the area will be 12.5!!
Make the vector [1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10]
give nth decimal place of pi
So many choices
Back to basics 3 - Temp Directory
The sum of the numbers in the vector
find the relation...
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