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Datorama Riddle #4: Hawaii Canvas
Disclaimer: The content below is fictional
In celebration of Datorama becoming part of the Salesforce family, a new Data Canvas Custom Theme is being considered to mark the occasion - the Hawaii Theme. This new Custom Theme is unlike any of the other themes, in that it is intended to be dynamic:
During each session, the design will gently fade out and be replaced by another design every 6 seconds , which will be selected randomly from a pool of 4 different designs. Each of the 4 designs is inspired by the sites and colors of Hawaii’s 4 largest islands - Hawaii, Maui, Oahu and Kauai. Although any of the 4 designs can be generated at random at each interval, the same design cannot be repeated twice during consecutive intervals.
To assess how the new Hawaii Theme may affect performance, the developers are in need of a formula with which to calculate the number of possible design combinations within a single session for any given duration ‘T’ (in seconds).
Can you suggest what that formula is?