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Problem 42831. Integer complexity

  • Created by HH

Given an array, n, of positive integers, return an array, c, of the same size, in which each element is the complexity of the corresponding element in n.

Integer complexity is defined in number theory as the least number of ones required to represent an integer using only addition, multiplication and parentheses.

Example 1:

n = 3

c = 3

Example 2:

n = [6 10 11;16 18 41]

c = [5 7 8;8 8 12]

Solution Stats

90.0% Correct | 10.0% Incorrect
Last solution submitted on Feb 19, 2019