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By LYC_music, history, 13 days ago, In English

I can't understand it. Only 6 people have passed it in the contest.

 
 
 
 
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Imagine tourist being unable to solve a 2100 problem...

Rating system gets a "WA on test case 1610" verdict

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    I think that if *2100 problems are in such difficulty like this, I will never become a master.

    UPD : It was updated.

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Maybe because there were blues among these 6 people...

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    But only 6 people have passed it in the contest

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      Maybe Mike just calculates average rating of these people

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        IMO it would be faulty logic -- if tourist makes an alt, and becomes the only one to solve the problem, that shouldn't make the problem get a 800 rating. Mike wouldn't have calculated it this way

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        That should be $$$\frac{3366+3315+2838+1772+1714+2236}{6}\approx 2540$$$. So the problem should at least get *2500.

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          Calculates average performance and not rating?

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            So calculating average rating is a type of wrong logic.

            Even so, the rating I calculated(*2500) is higher than the actual rating(*2100).

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    I don't think so -- a newbie ACed 1610I and the problem got a normal 3300 rating

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Also 1603F - October 18, 2017 is *2700 but only 3 people solved the problem officially

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I'm curious about the way to calculate the difficulty of problems... I don't think that it's reasonable.

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It is now fixed. It is now 3100. Funny that the difference is a whole 1000 in rating.

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MikeMirzayanov do you type the ratings in manually?