This is for every problem setter Please try to sort problem in right order And if you are not able to do that then you shouldn't

# | User | Rating |
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1 | tourist | 3707 |

2 | Benq | 3672 |

3 | Radewoosh | 3655 |

4 | ksun48 | 3547 |

5 | jiangly | 3492 |

6 | Miracle03 | 3480 |

7 | ecnerwala | 3400 |

8 | maroonrk | 3385 |

9 | peehs_moorhsum | 3384 |

10 | sunset | 3338 |

# | User | Contrib. |
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1 | 1-gon | 216 |

2 | Um_nik | 190 |

3 | YouKn0wWho | 189 |

4 | sus | 183 |

5 | awoo | 182 |

6 | Errichto | 179 |

7 | tourist | 177 |

8 | -is-this-fft- | 172 |

9 | Radewoosh | 170 |

10 | maroonrk | 169 |

This is for every problem setter Please try to sort problem in right order And if you are not able to do that then you shouldn't

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Damn, thanks. I always knew I'm missing a step.

In today's contest A>B>C

Definitely not. A was easier than B and C. You can see the number of submissions.

More number of submissions does not always mean an easier problem.

Ok you tell me what else does it mean

It means most people are stubborn like me and won't try next problem without doing the previous one, even if it turns out to be 'easier'

Downvoting people are those who cannot solve maths related problems

Difficulty is subjective and every problemsetter already tries their best to estimate difficulty. But there will always be mistakes because no one can predict the future.

This is for every problem solver like Mr_alien, if you are not able to solve easy problems then you should retire

please make statement short too like round 735.