Given a rod of length L, the task is to cut the rod in such a way that the total number of segments of length p, q and r is maximized. The segments can only be of length p, q, and r.
Input: l = 11, p = 2, q = 3, r = 5
Segments of 2, 2, 2, 2 and 3
Input: l = 7, p = 2, q = 5, r = 5
Segments of 2 and 5
Approach: Dynamic Programming is used to solve this problem. Initialize dp array to 0. Iterate till the length of the rod. For every i, a cut of p, q and r if possible is done. Initialize ans[i+p] = max( ans[i+p], 1 + ans[i]), ans[i+q] = max(ans[i+q], 1 + ans[i]) and ans[i+r] = max(ans[i+r], 1 + ans[i]) for all the possible cuts. ans[i] will be 0 if a cut at i-th index is not possible. ans[l] will give the maximum number of cuts possible.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
Time Complexity: O(N)
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