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Yes I noticed tis but really wasn't bothered. Levels and Ratings don't really matter. What matters is that you solve problems and enjoy solving them. What I had been bothered with before was the fact that my problem Nested Horror suddenly became a Level 5 Problem with rating 2004. It was supposed to be ~1200. :D

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Yes, Because I fell its just a direct application of _. So its one liner after applying _ Inequality.I think it must be around level 2 or 3. (Also, no offence, its just what I think )

You are correct. I was amazed to see the ratings suddenly vanish from the question interface. I think they are probably working on something. Have patience to see if anyone replies. @Calvin Lin , @Peter Taylor ...

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TopNewestYes I noticed tis but really wasn't bothered. Levels and Ratings don't really matter. What matters is that you solve problems and enjoy solving them. What I had been bothered with before was the fact that my problem Nested Horror suddenly became a Level 5 Problem with rating 2004. It was supposed to be ~1200. :D

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@Sharky Kesa I agree with you levels donot matter as long as you enjoy the problem and know and learn how to approach the problem

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@Sharky Kesa , also don't forget the Cauchy Schwarz is preety helpful

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Do you mean that it is over-rated?

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_. So its one liner after applying _Inequality.I think it must be around level 2 or 3. (Also, no offence, its just what I think )Log in to reply

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You are correct. I was amazed to see the ratings suddenly vanish from the question interface. I think they are probably working on something. Have patience to see if anyone replies. @Calvin Lin , @Peter Taylor ...

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@Krishna Ar Dude check out this problem it is way over rated. I agree with you this must be a bug.

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Yes, I told the staff about this. They say it is a bug.

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I have noticed this too. Lately I have been solving problems and instead of my ratings, it shows

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