http://codeforces.com/problemset/problem/414/B

Can anyone help me in understand the problem.Just need explaination.Thanks in advance

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http://codeforces.com/problemset/problem/414/B

Can anyone help me in understand the problem.Just need explaination.Thanks in advance

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A sequence is called good if all the numbers are divided by its previous number(excluding the first number ofcourse). So a sequence like — 1,4,12,36 is called good but 1,4,8,14 is not good.

Now you will be given n (the maximum number you can use in the sequence) and k (length of sequence). You have to tell how many sequences can be made out of these restrictions.

Solution HintLet dp[k][cur] be the number of good sequences with k numbers that ends with cur. So —

Recurrence : From a number cur we can move to all the divisors of cur. Say the divisors of cur are — x1, x2, x3, ... xn. Then our recurrence will look like —

Base case : It's easy to tell that base case is for n = 1. (Figure out what you have to do then)

Now you only need to find a good way to store all the divisors of the numbers from 1 to 2000.

You can see my code if you get stuck : 27958781

Thanks brother.