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I was looking at the mit map for problem set eleven but I don't really understand what each column is supposed to represent. Could anyone please explain to me what each column is for

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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whats problem set 11 ?
column 0 is start building, column 1 is destination building, column 2 is total distance and colum3 3 is distance outdoors. So 34 56 100 80 would mean the walk from building 34 to 56 is 100 metres long and 80 metres of that is outdoors
I just finished that ps so post here if you have any more questions. I'll keep an eye out in my notifications. Good luck

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from the problem set: " ... For example, suppose the map text file contained the following line: 10 32 200 40 This means that the map contains an edge from building 10 (start location) to building 32 (end location) that is 200 meters long, where 40 of those 200 meters are spent outside. ..."

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