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 Problem Statement for RugSizes

Problem Statement

     Rugs come in various sizes. In fact, we can find a rug with any integer width and length, except that no rugs have a distinct width and length that are both even integers. For example, we can find a 4x4 rug, but not a 2x4 rug. We want to know how many different choices we have for a given area.

Create a class RugSizes the contains a method rugCount that is given the desired area and returns the number of different ways in which we can choose a rug size that will cover that exact area. Do not count the same size twice -- a 6 x 9 rug and a 9 x 6 rug should be counted as one choice.



Method signature:int rugCount(int area)
(be sure your method is public)


-area will be between 1 and 100,000, inclusive.


Returns: 2
The choices are 1 x 4 (or equivalently 4 x 1) and 2 x 2.
Returns: 1
Only 1 x 8 is available. Note that 2 x 4 has the desired area, but is not available since its width and length differ and are both even numbers.

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       Single Round Match 304 Round 1 - Division II, Level One