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You are given an array of  'A' of length 'N' . In one operation , you can create an array 'R' of length 'N' such that the sum of the elements of 'R' is at most 'X' , then set 'A[i]' to 'A[I]-R[i]' for all 'i'. you are also given Q' queries of the form 'K, Y',changing 'A[K]' TO 'Y'. Return an array 'B' of length 'Q' such that 'B[i]' represents the minimum number of operations to make all elements of 'A' equal to '0' after the i-th query.

What I have tried:

please give me function for
def countOperations(n: int, a: List[int], x: int, q: int, queries: List[List[int]]) -> List[int]:
Updated 17-Jun-23 5:18am
Richard MacCutchan 17-Jun-23 10:03am    
I think this is a question you are expected to solve for yourself.
Dave Kreskowiak 17-Jun-23 10:54am    
No, we're not here to do your homework for you.

You're looking at this from the point of "I need to pass this class", not from the point of "what do I have to learn to complete this assignment, so I can pass this class."

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