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Provide a heuristic solution to the following packing problem:
We have a strip with a width of one meter and an infinite length
We want to place the given shapes in the form of circle, square and rectangle on it so that they do not overlap and use the least length of tape.
Provide a heuristic solution for it and implement your solution and test it on the attached dataset.

Explanation that in the attached data set, C means circle, B means square and R means rectangle, and the numbers in front of them specify their size in centimeters.

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Provide a heuristic solution to the following packing problem:
We have a strip with a width of one meter and an infinite length
We want to place the given shapes in the form of circle, square and rectangle on it so that they do not overlap and use the least length of tape.
Provide a heuristic solution for it and implement your solution and test it on the attached dataset.

Explanation that in the attached data set, C means circle, B means square and R means rectangle, and the numbers in front of them specify their size in centimeters.
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PIEBALDconsult 27-Jan-23 7:54am
Stand them on edge.

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