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By T1duS399, history, 4 weeks ago, In English,

Someone posted APIO results here on codeforces a few hours back. I don't know why it was deleted. But, it was the following — https://apio.innopolis.university/results/apio/2019/org-apio-2019-main.html.

I just cleaned the list (Considered only top 6 from each countries and removed the people scoring 0)

Here it is http://p.ip.fi/yuUl

I think the cutoffs will be-

Gold — 260
Silver — 203
Bronze — 173

 
 
 
 
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Sorry I was thinking that official doesn’t want it to spread. I was overacting.

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If your table is correct, I believe the bronze cutoff will be 176, since setting the bronze cutoff to 173 lets more than half (98 out of 194) of the contestants win a medal, which violates the regulation.

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    Actually, it is not always clear to me whether a contestant with a zero score is considered in the official count (see my comment from last year).

    Last year, it turns out they eventually did count the zero score contestant in the count for the official result. If they do the same this year, the cutoff for the bronze might be indeed 173 (since I believe the official count will be increased by some number, and the half of it will be >= 98)

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Apparently the number of bronze medals is even fewer than gold! How funny!

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    Well, #G > #S > #B has happened before.

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      How did that situation happen? I mean, lots of Gold makes sense but why did they also decrease the cutoff for Silver? If they'd given no Silver it'd make sense for me but now I have no story for this results.

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I am very bad at math, that's why I had fled to Olympiad in Informatics from mathematics, but it turned out that they also thrust me a math (easy for everyone except for me) problem ><

Maybe I should overcome my difficulty in math.

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    Haha! I know everyone derived the formula for the period in that. I dont know how you do that and I had also almost given up on that problem but I bruted to see the pattern and got AC in the last hour.

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Auto comment: topic has been updated by T1duS399 (previous revision, new revision, compare).

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Is there anyway to access the problemset?

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    It should be released on the official website after the open contest ends on May 27 UTC 0:00