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By DmitriyH, 6 years ago,

Codeforces Round #243 Statistics

Codeforces Round #243 (Div. 1) and Codeforces Round #243 (Div. 2) round statistics :

### Div. 1

#### First accepted:

A (00:04) RAVEman kawatea subscriber
B (00:14) Fdg
C (00:22) Endagorion
D (00:16) dasko1
E (00:31) ainta

#### Top-6 hackers:

250 SkidanovAlex +3:-1
200 VArtem +2:-0
200 cxlove +2:-0
200 enesoncu +2:-0
100 liympanda +1:-0
100 Krig +1:-0

### Div. 2

#### Top-5 hackers:

550 cup_of_tea +6:-1
500 barba +5:-0
300 logic_max +4:-2
250 lugia_vs_ho_oh +3:-1
250 abhra73 +3:-1

#### Other info

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 » 6 years ago, # |   +8 two minutes of A problem, that's really fast, how do you guys did that? Reading problem description would spend me about two minutes. Be polite to me :)
•  » » 6 years ago, # ^ |   +9 Just solve 50+ or 100+ extremely easy problems and you will get to solve div.2 A in less than five minutes in average ... I would suggest opening problem set of codeforces and sorting problems by number of members who solved it and solve the first 1 or 2 pages ... This would develop your speed enormously with easy problems.
•  » » » 6 years ago, # ^ |   +25 While what YellowNextYear said should work, I don't see the point in training stuff you already know. You solved Div2-A in 9 minutes, the difference between that and 2 minutes is negligible in my opinion. Focusing on trying to solve more problems is a better strategy than trying to solve the first two faster, at least until time becomes an issue (as you had 1h30 to solve C, I don't think that's the case). Sorting by number of members who solved it is a good idea, then pick the range of problems you take around 30 minutes to 1 hour to solve, and you should improve from there.
•  » » » » 6 years ago, # ^ |   0 You know a lot, eh?