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Problems with similar (vi) values are similar in nature.
v is a list of integers (Example: v[0] = 5, v[1] = 4, v[2] = 7) as it in first test.
That means the first problem (v[0] = 5) differs from the second problem (v[1] = 4) by 1 (5-4=1) and the second problem (v[1] = 4) differs from the third problem (v[3] = 7) by 3 (4-7=3) regardless the sign (positive or negative).

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Problems with similar

(vi)values are similar in nature. v is a list of integers(Example: v[0] = 5, v[1] = 4, v[2] = 7)as it in first test. That meansthe firstproblem(v[0] = 5)differs fromthe secondproblem(v[1] = 4)by1(5-4=1) andthe secondproblem(v[1] = 4)differs fromthe thirdproblem(v[3] = 7)by3(4-7=3) regardless the sign (positive or negative).Thank you very much... Now I get what's the problem is...