Its over six months since I have been following Brilliant. Its been a great place to face and solve some toughest problems in the field of Mathematics and Physics. However, some section of the problems have been omitted for over a month such as Geometry and Trigonometry, Data Structures and Algorithms. I would like to know if there is any strategy to reintroduce the Geometry and Trigonometry section on Brilliant.

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TopNewestI do believe Geometry is returning in the near future. My submitted geometry problem was recently accepted.

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Then its a positive signal. I hope it will return very soon.

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I'm more interested in Data Structures and Algorithms.

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Yeah, we need some more topics of interest, not only geo and trigo but also others...

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I agree, I just joined and the topics Brilliant has already seem too limited

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Geometry and Data Structures/Algorithms are definitely not gone

forever, but it might be a little while before we resume their weekly flow. In general expect to see Geometry back before CS problems. Meanwhile, everyone should always feel welcome to post in discussions any geometry or CS problems that you come across that you think other's on Brilliant would like.Log in to reply

Yes.

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what is a meaning of parag integers question

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For how many integers is an integer?

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Actually i think so that it is really excluded from brilliant. Brilliant always tries to introduce conceptual problems. Geometry section can be solved by many softwares.Well stiil we have much more variety of problems

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With that logic then the algebra section should go, too, since many of the problems can be solved by plugging it into wolframalpha.com or something similar.

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