Given two numbers N and K . The task is to find N’th smallest number that is divided by 100 exactly K times.
Input : N = 12, K = 2
Output : 120000
120000 is divisible by 100 exactly 2 times and
is the 12 th smallest number also.
Input : N = 1000, K = 2
Output : 10010000
- First find the smallest number that is divisible by 100 exactly K times. That is 2*K 0’s after 1 as 100 has two 0’s only.
- To find N’th smallest number, multiply N with the previous number we get after adding 2*k 0’s.
- Consider a case when N is divisible by 100 as if we multiply N with the previous number then the new number will have more than (2*k + 1) trailing 0’s that means it will divisible by 100 more than K times.
- Multiply that number with (N + 1). Use string as N and K can be very large that will not fit in integer limit.
Below is the implementation of above approach:
Time Complexity: O(K)
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