# Example set 2 - result 1

Can someone explain this to me, for set 2, please?

dimensions: 2 x 3
(2) (1) (1)

Isn't this invalid? Shouldn't this be:

dimensions: 2 x 3
(2 1) (1)

# Way sample's set2 is 3x2?

For the sample, why the answer "(2)(1 1)" is 3x2 but not 2x2?

Set2: 2 1 1 0

dimensions: 3 x 2
(2) (1 1)

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Thank you

# example image

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# Order of valid encodings for a given output set

What is the order of valid encodings associated to a given output set? In the output file example,set 2 has two valid encodings,what is the order these are listed?

# ordered integers?

What does the word 'ordered' integers mean? What order are we talking about?

Problem Description:
Write a threaded code to input an unknown number of sets of ordered integers...

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# integer

This is a nice problem! I can see this really putting good use on multithreaded techniques.Can we assume the input integers are strictly positive and less than (2^31)-1?
And is there an upper bound on the size of a potential tiling set?