Seasonal Problems Contest 2019

This contest is all about making problems related to seasons, and about making others learn from it.

Here are the mechanics:

-There are 4 contests, one for each of the seasons.

-You have to make a problem related to the topic assigned to the timeframe you want to join the contest. Note: The topic is the season.

-You should publish your problem on Brilliant and write “This is my entry to the (season) Seasonal Problems Contest 2019(link)” You should also give the link in the comments section below. Make sure you put the link under the proper comment.

-Schedules:

Winter Round- December 1, 2018 to February 28, 2019

Spring Round- March 1, 2019 to May 31, 2019

Summer Round- June 1, 2019 to August 31, 2019

Autumn Round- September 1, 2019 to November 30, 2019

-Each member may submit a maximum of 3 entries per round.

-Late entries will not be considered.

-The results will be announced 2 weeks after the deadline of entries.

-Please make sure that your problem is original. Entries found violating this rule will be disqualified.

-Here is a sample problem.

-I will award the following awards: Early Bird(first 3 problems submitted), Most Informative(top 3 entries from which you can learn something from), Brain Teaser(3 hardest problems), and Grand Winners(top 3 best entries).

-The entry with the most upvotes will win the Winter Round. The winner(1st) of the previous round gets to decide the winner of the next round.

Note: You cannot submit a problem if you won 1st in the previous round. You actually can but it won’t be one of the entries.

Note by Jerome Te
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Here is my entry. It’s a sample entry.

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