#### Question: [Problem K]

Please explain the second sample.

#### Judge answer:

(7,0)(8,0)(9,0)(10,0)(11,0)

Please explain the second sample.

(7,0)(8,0)(9,0)(10,0)(11,0)

manzoor az draw yani majmooe adadhayi ke shahe aval darad daghighan barabar ba shahe dovom bashad?!

YES.

Rejudge is FINISHED.

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for N=10;

n=3 ----->12,21

n=4 ----->312

n=9 ----->12345678

so there are 4 passwords not 2!

sequence of the numbers 1 to n

not numbers in the range 1 to n

It means, 312 is not a correct case.

for 11 sequence is this 1234567891011 ????

yes

Are you sure that size of All Test cases Are at most 200?

Sorry. TH BEST DECISION WILL BE MADE ASAP. e.g. Rejudging

soal te'dade intervalhaaye maximal ro mikhad?

YES.

Correction

In the sample input, some spaces are lost

6

3 5 7 3 3 5

12

2 6 6 1 3 4 4 5 6 4 4 1

why (0,5) can't be an answer for example?

king 1 will have {3} and will have 1 distinct integer

king 2 will have {5} and will have 1 distinct integer

but this answer is not stated as one of the answers...

should the have SAME distinct numbers??

SORRY. YES. THE SAME INTEGERS SHOULD BE SEEN.

why (0,5) can't be an answer for example?

king 1 will have {3} and will have 1 distinct integer

king 2 will have {5} and will have 1 distinct integer

but this answer is not stated as one of the answers...

should the have SAME distinct numbers??

SORRY. YES. THE SAME INTEGERS SHOULD BE SEEN.

Order of numbers are important ?

or the order is fixed ? 123...(n) ?

Yes. The order is 123...n .

Num of test cases for Problem A?

At most 120 test cases

Correction

The third condition should be "X is smaller than Y(i>1)" instead of Y(i)>1"