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By abhishek_chhipa, 7 weeks ago, In English

Hello,everyone! I am kinda new here and trying to solve problems but facing difficulties solving last of Div3,although i solve them eventually but takes a lot of time. any suggestions?? Also, This is my first blog I'm just learning

 
 
 
 
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Normally, after you solve/seen a lot of problems (with / without editorial) and you know or at least have idea(s) on their solution, then you start to get a feel for how codeforces problems are made. If you are a complete beginner, it might take anywhere from 50 problems to 800 problems. :(

Anyways, the point is its not an instantaneous thing.

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    well I try to do most of them without editorial, anyway lets see how much time it takes. thanks though!

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It's okay to not be able to solve the last of Div3 (problems E, F, G) in time. Only a small number of participants are both skilled enough and fast enough to solve a complete set of problems during a contest. Try to participate in all ranked contests and try to solve as many problems as you can. Don't wait specifically for Div.3 contests, because such contests are relatively uncommon. Div.2 contests are also good for beginners.

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Hello sirji, kaise ho lpu me badhiya sab?

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For logic building you need to ask questions youself and try to imagine things or just use paper a lot. And ofcourse you need practice.