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I have a problem with 20 views and 0 solvers On the other hand i have a problem with 248 views and 49 solvers.But their level is the same.How can this be?

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TopNewestFor an easy difficulty. The level could be 1 or 2.

For a medium difficulty. The level could be 2 or 3

For a hard difficulty. The level could be 4 or 5.

It depends on how many people attempted the problem. Or how many people got it correct and incorrect.

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How does it varies?

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It depends on how many people attempted the problem. Or how many people got it correct and incorrect.

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this and the other is this

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What difficulty you had selected for the problem? Is it

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After selecting the topic, you are able to choose a difficulty(easy,medium,hard).

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this page.

Check out ''Levels'' inKeep solving problems. When you will reach at level 4 or 5 in a topic, you can select a hard difficulty in that topic.

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