I noticed that most editorials of the last educational rounds will be published 1 or 2 days after the contest. Of course, I have nothing against it, but at all one trivial question, why?

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I noticed that most editorials of the last educational rounds will be published 1 or 2 days after the contest. Of course, I have nothing against it, but at all one trivial question, why?

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We have an internal policy that editorials should be published not later than 24 hours after a round. I don't think that writers violate it often.

But, what about the problems' difficulty ratings update? In some cases, it is updated after 2 or 3 days. I think the difficulty rating is an important feature to know one's progress and it should also be affected within a day or so.

Pffff, is that a problem? If you couldn't solve some task, you can ask me!

bruh how to solve travelling salesman problem in polynomial time

I don't know exact time complexity, but use treap, where every node maintains '2D-Persistent tree with FFT on each node'. To further optimization use meet-in-the-middle, but I don't know how to merge, but at all you can create a graph, after that go to Dominator tree and do some stuffs with combinatorics or Burnside's lemma. But I don't know time complexity.

Are you kidding? Just use bitset

Oh, yes. I wasted my 20 years to solve it, but you find solution easier. 10q!

any other questions?

how to find girlfriend

how to find a boyfriend?

farmersrice please meet 731777 . Without assuming genders, you have 25% chance that both of you solved your problems here..

Wow, man, come on, you just assumed that gender is smth binary :(

I think the first problem is more solvable

That's simple enough...become a red coder!

It doesn't work that way

Yes.

I can confirm that this is not the case

Is P==NP?

No, P = NRT/V

lol weebs, P == F/A

NEZZ wrote NRT

you are the weeb here

The more general equation is (P+a/V^2)(V-b)=RT which holds true for all gases.

mind = blown

Sarcasm?

No

Why didn't you include moles in that equation?

wet_water V stands for molar volume, so no need to include n for moles.