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How much time should be spent on trying, if we couldn't able to build a logic for a cp question, even after understanding theme.

At times able yo understand question clearly, but creating the mathematical logic, and converting it to code just blank my head, leaving totally clueless. This is a great demotivation factor for beginners. What has to be done to overcome this, is it ok to get onto the answer, and how much time can be spent trying on single question.

3/6/2021 2:26:46 PM

sanju bhargav

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From a learning standpoint, if you aren't on a schedule, I think it's best to pick your questions/problems so that you can solve them with some thinking. If you don't have to even ponder much, it's too easy. If you think and think and don't get it anyway, it's too hard. That just means you pick something more easy for now, or repeat what you've learned, or write something of your own design. After a bit of practice, try the problem again. Maybe now you'll get it. It just takes time. You need to be patient, pick your battles wisely and keep going.