Given n, m, A and B. The task is to count the number of pairs of integers (x, y) such that 1 x n and 1 y m and (x+y) mod A and (x+y) mod B both equals to 0.
Input: n = 60, m = 90, A = 5, B = 10 Output: 540 Input: n = 225, m = 452, A = 10, B = 15 Output: 3389
Approach: If (x+y) is divisible by both A and B then basically LCM of A and B is the smallest divisor of (x+y). So we calculate all numbers that is less than or equal to m and divisible by LCM of them and when iterating with the loop then we check if the present number is divisible by LCM of A and B.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
Time Complexity: O(n)
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