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The prime counting function, denoted by \(\pi(x)\) counts the number of primes less or equal to \(x\).

Consider the process of continually finding the value of \(\pi(x)\) of ...

A function is given by \(f(x)=x^{3}+3\)

\(N\) line separated lists are given in the text file, and let ...

What is the last digit when this exponent tower of primes is expanded?

I have found this problem very frequently. Discovering problems on Brilliant these days became quite difficult for me. A set of few problems keep on coming back again and again ...

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