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By NaZaR.IO, 7 weeks ago, translation, In English

KEP Contest

I invite everyone to the contest, which will take place on February 25, 2024 at 14:35UTC

Prizes:

  • First place – 8 TON

  • Second place – 6 TON

  • Third place – 4 TON

Contest info:

  • Number of problems: 10-12

  • Difficulty of problems: < 2400

  • Duration: 4 hours

  • Contest type: ACM20M

  • Languages: C++, Python, C, Kotlin, Haskell, R, Nodejs, PHP, C#, Java, Rust.

Link to the platform: https://kep.uz/competitions/contests/

P.S. Registration on the platform only via Gmail/Github.

UPD. Winners

  1. drdilyor — 11
  2. Husanboy — 11
  3. arknave — 10
  4. gultai4ukr — 10
  5. MardonbekHazratov — 10
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8 TON

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Looks interesting, why not to pariticipate ?

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Is there any editorial of the contest problems? Moreover, Is it possible to check other people's submission?

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    ig, no for both)

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      Could u please tell me how to solve H.1,2,3...sequence problem? Thanks in advance.

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        Sort all of them. Then you will find the answer. But, you may need to use some fast input optimizations.

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    Good day. You can see the submissions of other users by buying them using the kepcoin(the coin of kep.uz). To do this, go to the problem you want to see solution for and click on "Attempts". And there you can see the cost of submission.

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I think problem E is unsolvable. I downloaded the 9th test point.

in:

6
10 11 23 32 27 42

out: 5

But actually, $$$42 + 32 - 27 - 10 - 11 - 23 = 3$$$!

If I understand the question correctly, this test point is wrong.