# TPRODUCT: Getting wa

I am getting a wrong answer for the practice problem TREE PRODUCT. Can anyone tell me the problem with my solution? It seems to be a pretty straightforward question and I am quite sure the logic I am using is correct…

Is it possible, that for all inputs I tried:

``````3
1 2 4 2 4 5 999999999
3
1 2 4 2 4 999999999 999999999
3
1 2 4 2 999999999 999999999 999999999
3
1 2 4 999999999 999999999 999999999 999999999
0
``````

the result is always the same - 999999975?

This is really strange

``a[2*p] > a[2*p +1] ? a[p]=a[p]*a[2*p] : a[p]=a[p]*a[2*p +1];``
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Thanks for your reply. But the problem is not there i checked some accepted solutions . They are also giving the same output for your above input.

Sorry, I was too lazy, try this one

``````3
1000000000 1 100000 999999940 1 100000 1
0
``````

should be 490 according to accepted solution…

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now i am getting correct output for above case(there was problem in my
modulo operator. i have fixed that) but still i am getting wrong ans
my new solution http://www.codechef.com/viewsolution/4038646

You are not using mod for b array, it will overflow sooner or later…

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So any suggestion how can i overcome this . i have used b array for finding whether left or right child is greater and applies modulus operator to array a elements.

problem is, that without mod it overflows, with mod it returns incorrect results, try to use double for b array…

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