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Venu Lolla
on 24 Feb 2012

Doug: Just wondering if the last test case is incorrect. It seems like for the input of 3200, the p-triplet should be (700, 1152, 1348) and y_correct should be 1087027200. Please do let me know if I am wrong. Cheers, VL.

Prateep Mukherjee
on 27 Feb 2012

There is another one: (640,1200,1360). y_correct = 1044480000.

Doug Hull
on 13 Mar 2012

I just noticed that. I had thrown in a new test suite because someone had hardcoded the solutions in. I guess I did not test it right. Problem solved and submissions are being rescored now.

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