Solution 85: Maximizing the Difference of "Alternating Sums"
- Published on Mar 28, 2019
- Without a doubt, D(n) is unbounded. Does that mean that D(n)-D(n+111) is unbounded as well? If it is not, how can its maximum be achieved?
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