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There are approximately 35 mid heroes in dota 2. You are given a matrix winprob[35][35], where winprob[i][j] denotes the probability of ith hero winning against jth hero in midlane (matrix is derived from previously played games).

Problem : What's the minimum cardinal subset of heroes (to learn) such that when the opponent picks a mid hero, we can always pick a hero from our subset and get the probability of winning atleast (60%).

I can only think of bruteforce. Is there any better algorithm?

Are Ladders still consistent with their corresponding ratings?

In this submission for the problem 31660028 the author used `if(ans[ni][nj] < ans[v.fi][v.se] + 1) break;`

condition. Can anyone guide me in proving that this algorithm with the break condition produces shortest paths and its complexity is O(n*m).

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