Given two integers n and m, in a single operation n can be multiplied by either 2 or 3. The task is to convert n to m with minimum number of given operation. If it is impossible to convert n to m with the given operation then print -1.
Input: n = 120, m = 51840
120 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 3 * 3 * 3 = 51840
Input: n = 42, m = 42
No operation required.
Input: n = 48, m = 72
Approach: If m is not divisible by n then print -1 as n cannot be converted to m with the given operation. Else we can check if on dividing, the quotient has only 2 and 3 as prime factors. If yes then the result will be the sum of powers of 2 and 3 else print -1
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