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What is the policy of allowing to solve a problem?

Do I have to solve all its the dependencies to be able to solve a problem? For most of the problems this is the case, but I solved CORR without solving LONG (which is a dependency of CORR).
from Petar Ivanov · 5 years & 28 days ago · · 2 comments
Yes. Though the dependency LONG → CORR was introduced after you've solved this problem :)
from anonymous · 5 years & 28 days ago · Flag as inappropriate
Good Comment
Yeah, if the prerequisites of the problems are rearranged, you can solve later problems without having done some early ones.
from anonymous · 5 years & 27 days ago · Flag as inappropriate
Good Comment
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