Fool's problem of the day,
A tiled floor has dimensions \(m \times m \) sq.m. The dimensions of the tile used are \(n\times n\) sq.m. All the tiles used are green tiles except the diagonals tiles which are red.
After some years some green tiles are replaced by red tiles to form an alternate red and green tile pattern.If \(m \neq n \) and total number of tiles are odd then how many green tiles are removed?

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I am not so sure. is it \(\large m(\frac{m}{n*2} - \frac{3}{2})\)

I am sorry Ishaan :(

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