1. Description:
One of Jennifer's jobs as an assistant to the girls basketball coach is to keep track of the number of minutes that each girl on the team plays. There are four quarters in a game and the time clock starts at 12:00 (12 minutes, 0 seconds) at the beginning of each quarter and counts down to 0:00 (0 minutes, 0 seconds). Jennifer records the minutes and seconds left in the quarter each time a player enters or leaves the game. You are to write a program that calculates the total playing time of each player.
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2. Description:
NASA is testing a new drone to navigate through densely packed asteroid fields. Because of your world renowned programming skills, NASA has chosen you to write an algorithm that will find the optimal path through any asteroid field so they can make sure their drone is taking the shortest path, thus saving fuel and money. All the simulations testing your algorithm will take place in a 3-dimensional asteroid field which will contain one start point, one end point, empty spaces, asteroids and small debris. The new drone is unique in that it has a 3 shot laser cannon that can blast small debris out of its way.
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3. Description:
UTCS has a new building! The move took place last week. During the move all the equipment and box dimension data was lost. In order to make everything fit in the new building, we need to recover the dimension data; Some data still remains, if we can recover it. The data is just a bit cluttered.
The dimensions for each piece of equipment and box has the following form: AxBxC where A, B, and C are integers, floating point numbers, or numbers in exponential form. Spaces and tabs may be present between the numbers and the separators. (x's). Separators may be upper or lower case x's.
Floating point numbers will have a digit before the decimal point. Numbers in exponential form have the following format: X.YeZ, or X.YEZ, where X, Y, and Z are non-negative integers, with one or more digits.
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4. Description:
Your company produces software that must be renewed annually. When a customer registers the product, it is active until the same date the following year. There are 365 days in a typical (non leap-year) year. So, if we are given the current date, we should be able to calculate the number of days that are left until the expiration date. Your task is to write a program that can perform that calculation.
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5. Description:
The superhero The Tick's favorite form of transportation is to travel along the roofs of buildings by jumping from one rooftop to another. Since buildings are built at different heights, a grid of them can form a 3D maze for him. From any building, B, the Tick can only travel to adjacent buildings whose height is within one story of the height of B. An adjacent building to B is one that is immediately north, immediately south, immediately east, or immediately west of B. Thus, the tick cannot travel diagonally.
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