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You can still get a 10 for execution.

Highly, highly unlikely. The new rules are very very picky. However, on this front, I don't have much to complain about.

Theoretically you can get one for difficulty to if you do enough difficult moves

Not really. The A score is made up of the 9 most difficult elements (each worth .1 to .7 depending on difficulty) plus the dismount, element group requirements (5 at max of .5 each), and connection values of .1 or .2. I'm not as clear on those, but I think you can get multiple connection values throughout a routine.

So on one hand you could get *over* a 10 from the A panel if you had 10 elements at .7 each, 5 perfect element group requirements, and at least 3 connections valued at .2 each. (7.0 + 2.5 + .6 = 10.1)

On the other hand, constructing such a routine would not only be too hard for anyone to do, but it is also, as far as I can tell, impossible given the current table of elements. If we take bars, we see that there are only 5 G elements that are even in the table of elements. (Well, a couple more, but you can only do one dismount per routine.) So we'd need 5 new G value elements to exist before saying someone "could" earn a 10 or more on this.
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