# a little question

i often get surprised why brilliant only offers 4 physics problems each week and why not 8 problems like other sections of olympiad mathematics? donot you think they should increase the number of physics problems every week so that we can get the chance to solve more interesting problems.

Note by Shubhabrota Chakraborty
4 years, 11 months ago

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Your query is justified till some extent but what I feel is the four questions(sometimes even the very first question of the set itself) set by David M. every week are way challenging than some of the easier problems in maths(I'm not chiding the either the math problems or the masters, saying just what I felt for most of the weeks). Anyways, even if Brilliant do increase their number I won't be dissatisfied either.

- 4 years, 11 months ago