I have uploaded a problem and solution that involves counting chocolates as you eat them, the tricky part is that as you eat a chocolate you get more. The general goal is to count the overall chocolates that you consume. I liked solving this problem because it has some small tricky points in the logic but the answer isn’t very lengthy. Watch the video to see a more in depth explanation of the problem and a way to come to a solution.

import java.util.Scanner; public class Solution { public static void main(String[] args) { Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in); int T = in.nextInt(); if (1 > T || T > 1000) { in.close(); return; } for (int i = 0; i < T; i++) { // money given int N = in.nextInt(); // price of a chocolate int C = in.nextInt(); // wrappers needed for a free chocolate int M = in.nextInt(); int chocolates = N / C; int wrappers = chocolates; while (wrappers >= M) { int newChocoloate = wrappers/M; chocolates += newChocoloate; wrappers = wrappers % M; wrappers += newChocoloate; } System.out.println("" + chocolates); } } }