If you're allowed to use open source libraries in the competition then you could write one ahead of time with common functions and just use it.

Otherwise, you could bring this up with the competition organizers and ask for special permission to use a library like that to make up for functions found in other language's starndard libs. I dont think a Sqrt that takes an int would ever make it into the go stdlib. That's a weird thing to need. Does it round up or down? Or does it round to the closest?

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