I have a question about the get_amount_inside() function that I haven’t seen answered in other discussions.

I initially built the function by doing floor division of the outer area by the inner area

```
def get_amount_inside(self, shape)
return self.get_area() // shape.get_area()
```

But thinking about the problem in the head I realized that for some instances you would have to readjust the remaining 1x1 squares to accurately fit another rectangle and square. Despite this issue the function would return 2 instead of 1.

For Example a 5x5 square can only contain one 3x3 square but 25 // 9 would return 2 instead of 1.

The prompt does not clarify this but does state * No Rotations*. So does this mean that my original function does not suffice in correctly returning the expected value in every instance? If so, would the code below work?

```
def get_amount_inside(self,shape):
fieldWidth = self.width
fieldHeight = self.height
sectWidth = shape.width
sectHeight = shape.height
count = 0
while fieldWidth >= sectWidth and fieldHeight >= sectHeight:
fieldWidth -= sectWidth
fieldHeight -= sectHeight
count += 1
return count
```

EDIT: The solution I made is below.

P.S. the only reason I made this post is because there are solutions being circulated on Polygon Forum that state the wrong answer (The first one I posted). I was just trying to shine light on an issue I found so that other people can maybe try to solve the problem correctly.

```
def get_amount_inside(self,shape):
fieldWidth = self.width
fieldHeight = self.height
sectWidth = shape.width
sectHeight = shape.height
countWidth = 0
countHeight = 0
if fieldHeight > sectHeight:
countHeight = fieldHeight // sectHeight
if fieldWidth > sectWidth:
countWidth = fieldWidth // sectWidth
return countWidth * countHeight
```