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Re: Hint 3 
magicalsoup 
hint: sort them 
Nov 24, 2018  9:28:56 pm UTC 
Re: Hint 2 
magicalsoup 
hint: cause if n is too large, the numbers in the sequence will be too large, so n should be around 100 
Nov 24, 2018  9:28:36 pm UTC 
= = 
javic 
didn't see that there is possibly no such sequence...... that makes my algorithm totally fail = = gonna take a break XD 
Feb 06, 2009  3:16:12 am UTC 
Re: can there be decimal ratios? 
bbi5291 
A noninteger ratio, you mean? Of course. It would be too easy otherwise. Note: The relative error of the answer must be within 10^9. ... 
Feb 01, 2009  6:26:29 pm UTC 
can there be decimal ratios? 
zhxl0903 

Feb 01, 2009  6:21:55 pm UTC 
Hint 3 
hansonw1 
If I have a partial geometric sequence (a geometric sequence with numbers possibly removed), the ratios between adjacent numbers will form another partial geometric sequence with the same ratio as the... 
Nov 29, 2008  3:30:37 am UTC 
Hint 2 
hansonw1 
N seems to be really big, but does it matter? 
Oct 21, 2008  1:25:08 pm UTC 
Hint 1 
hansonw1 
Use long doubles; they can store more than 18 digits. 
Oct 21, 2008  1:24:45 pm UTC 