Challenge #3: The Pizza Party!
Please use repl.it to write your code in lua.
Table of Content
|Part A||Last Question's Editorial|
|Part B||The Judge Rules|
|Part C||The Problem Statement|
|Part E||Input Specifications|
|Part F||Output Specifications|
|Part G||Sample Test cases|
|Part H||Other Informations|
Part A: Last Question's Editorial
Editorial will not be posted right now. I want to give some other people the chance to solve the problem through other means. It will be posted tomorrow.
Part B: Judge Rules
|Time Limit||1s - 2s(MAX)|
|Problem Type||Simple Math|
Like always, you can check your code's execution time and memory by writing:
local time = os.time(); -- Code Here print("Time: ", os.time() - time); print(collectgarbage("count"), "KB");
Part C: The Problem Statement
WonGuS loves pizza. In fact, he loves it so much that he is throwing a pizza party tonight! However, his guests are very picky about the kind of pizza. When he looks at his guest list, he knows the
P number of people likes pepperoni,
C number of people who eat cheese pizza, and
V number of people who only eat vegetarian pizza. WonGuS knows that
1 pizza is sufficient for 3 people. Help WonGuS figure out the total amount of pizzas he needs to order as well as how many for each pizza.
Part D : Constraints
Part E: Input Specifications
The first line will contain three space separated integers,
Part F: Output Specifications
- The first line will be the Total # of Pizza WonGuS needs to buy
- The second line will include the Total # of Pepperoni pizza WonGuS needs to buy
- The third line will include the Total # of Cheese pizza WonGuS needs to buy
- The fourth line will include the Total # of Vegetarian pizza WonGuS needs to buy
Part G: Sample Test cases
// Input 1 6 7 8
//Output 1 Total: 8 Pepperoni: 2 Cheese: 3 Vegetarian: 3
Part H: Other Informations
This should be very easy to solve. Neverthless, Best of Luck!