## Example of Scoring

#### Consider a contest involving three contestants (A, B and C) in which three problems are posed.

**Contestant A** solves Problem Two after 60 minutes, with two judged runs, and Problem One after 120 minutes with 1 judged run. Although the contestant submits programs for the third problem three times, it is not solved.

Penalty Points for Contestant A:

**Problem 1:** 120 for time plus 0 for 0 extra judged runs totaling 120

**Problem 2:** 60 for time plus 20 for 1 extra judged run totaling 80

**Problem 3:** 0 (No penalty points assessed for problems not solved)

Total penalty points assessed is 200.

**Contestant B** solves Problem One after 60 minutes, with five judged runs. The second problem is not solved. The contestant solves the third problem after 180 minutes with 1 judged run.

Penalty Points for Contestant B:

**Problem 1:** 60 for time plus 80 for 4 extra judged runs totaling 140

**Problem 2:** 0

**Problem 3:** 180 for time plus 0 for 0 extra judged run totaling 180

Total penalty points assessed is 320.

**Contestant C** solves Problem Three after 60 minutes, with three judged runs, Problem One after 120 minutes with 3 three judged runs, and Problem Two after 180 minutes and 3 judged runs.

Penalty Points for Contestant C:

**Problem 1:** 120 for time plus 40 for 2 extra judged runs totaling 160

**Problem 2:** 180 for time plus 40 for 2 extra judged runs totaling 220

**Problem 3:** 60 for time plus 40 for 2 extra judged run totaling 100

Total penalty points assessed is 480.

The final results of the contest are summarized below:

## Place |
## Contestant |
## Number Solved |
## Penalty Points |

1 | C | 3 | 480 |

2 | A | 2 | 200 |

3 | B | 2 | 320 |

Note that Contestant C wins as the one that has solved the most problems. Contestants A and B both solved two so the tie is broken with penalty points. Contestant A places second due to fewer penalty points than Contestant B.