We call decimal number a monotone if:
Write a program which takes positive number n on input and returns number of decimal numbers of length n that are strict monotone. Number can’t start with 0.
Input : 2 Output : 36 Numbers are 12, 13, ... 19, 23 24, ... 29, .... 89. Input : 3 Output : 84
Explanations of this problem follows the same rules as applied on:
Number of decimal numbers of length k, that are monotone
The only difference is that now we cannot take duplicates, so previously computed values are the one on the left and left top diagonal.
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