Do you feel that? There’s luck in the air! You know what that means? Midterm season! Get pumped because we are open five days a week, come to our room and study up on those midterms! Without further to do let’s get on with this month’s events!
Officer of the Month: Ijaaz Omer
Hi, I’m Ijaaz Omer and I’m a senior computer engineer with an interest in Robotics, InfoSec, AI and Biomedical Applications of technology. I decided to become an engineer late at night during my senior year of high school when I came to the sad realization that I wasn’t good enough to take over the world. After performing a prayer ritual meant to give focus and allow major life decisions to be made, I had a fever dream of me being Iron Man. It was after this that I decided to become an engineer. Ironic now that I think about it, as I have since become an atheist. There’s a moral lesson to be learned in there somewhere, but for the life of me, I can’t figure out what it is.
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We want to thank all of you for being a big part of S.C.E.! We appreciate every single one of you guys for making this club an amazing place to study and grow. Continue to inspire, everyone!!
Interview Question of the Month: Leonardo and Cookies
Leonardo ♥ LOVES ♥ cookies. He wants the sweetness of all his cookies to be greater than value K. To do this, Leonardo repeatedly mixes two cookies with the least sweetness. He creates a special combined cookie with:
sweetness = (1x Least sweet cookie + 2x 2nd least sweet cookie).
He repeats this procedure until all the cookies in his collection has a sweetness ≥ K.
You are given Leonardo’s cookies. Print the number of operations required to give the cookies a sweetness ≥ K. Print -1 if this isn’t possible.
The first line consists of integers N, the number of cookies and K, the minimum required sweetness, separated by a space.
The next line contains N, integers describing the array A where Ai is the sweetness of the ith cookie in Jesse’s collection.
1 ≤ N ≤ 106
0 ≤ K ≤ 109
0 ≤ Ai ≤ 106
Output the number of operations that are needed to increase the cookie’s sweetness ≥ K.
Output -1 if this isn’t possible.
We are pumped to announce we’ll be hosting both hardware and software workshops this semester!
Check out our events!
DC Motor Workshop Part 1 – Thursday, 3/8 – 6PM
DC Motor Workshop Part 2 – Thursday, 3/15 – 6PM
NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference – Mon-Thurs, 3/26 – 3-29
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