Is there a reference, that I can use, for predicting high/low tide from the water line height? I don't want to construct a solution based on the test suite data.
We can use derivatives for predicting the high tide (diff) when we can assume that a function is increasing or decreasing (even with some noise).
I would love to see some better solutions than my cheat!
what about tide=A(1)<10 !
Lots of ways to get the right answer for this test suite...but I think this is one of the silliest.
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