SETTER: mcfx TESTER: Niyaz

September Circuits '18 RATED CONTEST

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OPENS AT: Sep 21, 2018, 10:30 AM

CLOSES ON: Sep 30, 2018, 10:30 AM

DURATION: 9 days

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In the problem Maximum Polygon, the given N vertices should be a convex polygon. We have updated the statement and the test data, and rejudging all submissions. Your score ...

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ABOUT CHALLENGE

Circuits is a coding marathon to challenge developers with several programming questions of varying difficulty level over 9 days. The questions are created by multiple problem setters from our developer community. Bring to light your logical minds by solving Algorithmic programming problems.

Circuits happen during the third and fourth week of every month.

September Circuits’18 challenges you with 8 problems and the timeline is as follows:

Day - 0 Problem 1 (Very easy), Problem 2 (Easy-medium), Problem 3 (Approximate)
Day - 1 Problem 4 (Medium), Problem 5 (Medium-hard)
Day - 4 Problem 6 (Medium-hard) Problem 7 (Medium)
Day - 6 Problem 8 (Hard)
Day - 9 Challenge ends

New problem statements will be published every 48 hours, and yes, ace coders will win amazing vouchers.

A big shout out to the problem setter Mcfx and tester Alex Gu.

This is a rated contest with prizes for the top three coders.

The top 5 candidates will be given amazing HackerEarth t-shirts. :)

Terms and conditions

  • In order to be able to claim your prizes, your HackerEarth profile must be more than 60% complete. Giving your location details is mandatory to be eligible for prizes.
  • The prizes will be disbursed in the first week of October 2018.
  • Once the challenge is over, ratings will be updated in each programmer's user profile after 5 days.

PRIZES

There are great prizes to be won

First Prize

USD 100 - Amazon gift card 

Second prize

USD 75 - Amazon gift card 

Third prize

USD 50 - Amazon gift card 

GUIDELINES

You are expected to solve 7 algorithmic and 1 Approximate programming problem over a period of 9 days. 

  1. Before you attempt programming questions, you should choose a lan...
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FAQs

Does the Circuit challenge take place for 9 continuous days?

The Circuits Challenge is open for 9 days and you can take the challenge any time you want to before the chall...

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