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Original post by Talroth
I'm not really sure how the question is having you tackle the problem. I know the answer but I can't think of why you would use a graph structure to solve it.
Any problem where you can have 2 known volumes (and can mark them. Could work with weights as well I guess) where X < Y, you can use X to mark a point on Y and get the value of Y-X. Using that new value you can proceed to make other values, but I can't think of a good use of graphs for such a problem.
Posted 24 January 2008 - 02:11 PM