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Contest Wide Errata

For problem A, the player's slugging percentage should be outputted with an absolute or relative error of 10^6. See the sample output.

For Problem A, line(s) were unfortunately inexplicably missing from the input. The second bullet point should read:
The second line contains n integers, separated by spaces, each describing one of those at bats. Strikeouts, singles, doubles, triples, and home runs are represented as 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, respectively. Walks are represented as 1. You may assume that there will always be at least one official atbat (i.e., at least one atbat will not be a walk).

For Problem A, the sample output should read:
1.666667
2.500000
0.142857
 In problem C, the Input section can be replaced with the following:
The first line consists of an integer indicating the number of test cases.
The following lines for each test case contain two integers n and m, designating
the number of nodes and number of edges such that 1 ≤ n ≤ 10^3 , 0 ≤ m ≤ 10^4.
The next m lines will each have two integers a and b,
1 ≤ a, b ≤ n and
a is not equal to b. If a > 0, there is a directed edge
between nodes a and b
that is not forced. If a < 0, then there is a forced directed edge from
−a to b.
There will be at most 900 such forced moves. No two directed edges will be the same.
No two starting nodes for forced moves will be the same.

For Problem F, there is no blank line between boards in the input.

Under the Sample Input for Problem G, it should read:
3
THE RAIN IN SPAIN
IN THE RAIN AND THE SNOW
THE RAIN IN SPAIN IN THE PLAIN

Under the Sample Input for Problem H, it should read:
3
abba
aabb
caxcab
cacxab
a
z

Under the Sample Input for Problem I, it should read:
2
4
1 1 7
3 2 3
5 1 4
6 10 10
5
1 1 7
1 1 6
3 2 3
5 1 4
6 10 10

For Problem K: the side the ticket booth is on may not be the shortest side.
 Editing build paths for Eclipse C/C++
Eclipse may not have the correct library paths set initially.
To correct this add the correct path to to you project's Paths and Symbols.
How to correct library paths:
 Click on your project folder to select it
 Go to File > Properties
 In the lefthand side of the properties menu, expand C/C++ General"
 Click on the Paths and Symbols section, and then on the Library Paths tab
 Add a new path and use /opt/rh/devtoolset6/root/lib/gcc/x86_64redhatlinux/6.3.1 as the path
 Ok, Apply and Close
 Select Project > C/C++ > Rebuild
Refer to the image below for help
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Baylor Errata
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LSU Errata
 Use the Application File Print option to print.
 When printing  make sure that your team number (such as team590
is in a comment at the top of the file you are printing
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