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## Vanshika Sood has Published 28 Articles

Vanshika Sood

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The objective of this article is to determine the smallest string that is a multiple of both given strings. An interesting observation to note is that for two given strings s and t, the string s is a multiple of t if and only if s can be formed by ... Read More

Vanshika Sood

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This article seeks a method for setting a given number's leftmost unset bit. The first unset bit after the most significant set bit is considered the leftmost unset bit. Problem Statement Given a number n, the task is to set the left most bit of the binary expansion of the ... Read More

Vanshika Sood

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A string is a data structure consisting of a sequence of characters. The end of the string is marked by a special character, called a null character, which is usually represented by the ASCII code 0. Problem Statement Given a string s of a certain length, the task at hand ... Read More

Vanshika Sood

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A subsequence refers to a sequence that can be obtained from another sequence by removing zero or more elements, without altering the order of the remaining elements. In simpler terms, a subsequence is derived by selecting elements from the original sequence, while preserving their relative order. For example, consider the ... Read More

Vanshika Sood

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A subarray of an array is a contiguous part of the array in which we take a group of consecutive elements while also maintaining the relative ordering of elements as present in the original array. Example − Some valid subarrays are − etc. A prefix subarray is a special type ... Read More

Vanshika Sood

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A matrix is a two-dimensional data structure made up of rows and columns set out like a grid of squares. Grids, multidimensional arrays, and tabular data are frequently represented using it. Problem Statement We are given a matrix of dimensions and the task is to check whether each ... Read More

Vanshika Sood

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A factorial of a number is the product of all positive integers up to the given number. For example, the factorial of 5 is denoted as 5! and is equal to the product of all positive integers up to 5: 5! = 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x ... Read More

Vanshika Sood

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An equilateral triangle is a triangle with all of its sides equal in length. As the three sides are equal, the three angles opposing the equal sides are also equal in magnitude. As a result, it is also known as an equiangular triangle, with each angle measuring 60 degrees. The ... Read More

Vanshika Sood

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A sphere is a three-dimensional geometric shape that is perfectly round like a ball, while a hemisphere is one half of a sphere. In essence, a sphere would split into two hemispheres if it were sliced in half. Hemispheres are identified by their curving surface, which radiates out from the ... Read More

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The Leibniz harmonic triangle, also known as Leibniz's series or the Leibniz formula, is a triangular arrangement of numbers discovered by German mathematician and philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz in the late 17th century. The Leibniz harmonic triangle is a triangular arrangement of fractions. We start at the top with ... Read More