There are two cash lockers, one has X number of coins and the other has Y number of coins, you can withdraw money at max two times, when you withdraw from a locker you will get the total money of the locker and the locker will be refilled with Z – 1 coins if it had Z coins initially. The task is to find the maximum coins you can get.
Input: X = 6, Y = 3
Take from locker X i.e. 6
Now, X = 5 and Y = 3
Take again from locker X i.e. 5.
Input: X = 4, Y = 4
Approach: In order to maximize the number of coins, take from the locker which has the maximum value then update the locker and again take from the locker with the maximum value.
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