[LeetCode]#1913. Maximum Product Difference Between Two Pairs

  • For example, the product difference between (5, 6) and (2, 7) is (5 * 6) - (2 * 7) = 16.
Input: nums = [5,6,2,7,4]
Output: 34
Explanation: We can choose indices 1 and 3 for the first pair (6, 7) and indices 2 and 4 for the second pair (2, 4).
The product difference is (6 * 7) - (2 * 4) = 34.
  1. sorted it as [2,4,5,6,7]
  2. return sorted location[-1]x[-2] -[0]x[1]
class Solution:
def maxProductDifference(self, nums):

return (sorted(nums)[-1]*sorted(nums)[-2])-(sorted(nums)[0]*sorted(nums)[1])

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