I’ll polymorph an adult dragon into a mice and put it into a mouse cell. What would happened? [duplicate]

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What would happened after the polymorph ends?

Does a dragon stay a tiny sized dragon forever bcz there was a size limitation to enlatge more then tiny creature?

Does a dragontear the cell apart when he becomes huge dragon again? In such case, how many damage he got? And what if the cell is made with adamantium? The same result or not?

What would happened in case it is not a mice cell, but an adamantium box with thin wall?

It looks like that one of these assumptions is the real answer.

Why are some mice incompatible with Ubuntu/Linux?

I’m trying to buy a new mouse for my office PC, but most of the more advanced mice (and gaming ones) say they’re only compatible with windows. Why is that?

If I were to not need any of the advanced features of a mouse (RGB, key remapping etc), would any mouse work? Basically what I want to work is just pointing and clicking. More specifically, I’m interested in this mouse.

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I bought a mouse on aliexpress. It was reasonably cheap. It works well enough to be on par with a mouse I can buy here for 4 times the price. I know, this is a well known business model, and those mice are exactly the same.

Yet being bought here or there, how do I figure out whether there is malicious code being executed at the same time I am using it. F.i. a keylogger being run at the same time from the mouse?

Place $k$ cats in a corridor of length $n$ to catch the greatest number of mice

There’s a corridor of length $ n$ divided into $ n$ parts of length $ 1$ . In the $ i$ -th part there are $ a_i$ mice. A cat can be assigned to eat mice from some contiguous segment of the corridor. If a cat was assigned to segment from $ i$ -th to $ j$ -th part then if there are $ s = a_i + a_{i+1} + … + a_{j}$ mices, it will eat $ \max(s – (j – i)^2, 0)$ mice. Your task is to find how many mice can be eaten in total if you can use $ k$ cats. Segments assigned to cats cannot intersect. You don’t have to cover the whole corridor.

This problem appeared on one of my past exams. I’ve tried various approches, including lots of heuristics, dynamic programming and greedy algorithms, but none have worked.