Brilliant rewards

I hope this doesn't sound pretentious, but I really think Brilliant should diversify the rewards. There are so many amazing books out there, it just seems a shame not to take advantage of that. Plus, for people who don't have too much money, this is a great opportunity. Like the feynman lectures cost about a hundred GB pounds, and I, nor many others, have that kind of cash. To get is as a ebook, for say, 30-40k points would be swell. Also, can you perhaps re include the old system where you could post hints about how to do a problem i.e. what method, and only spend a few points to see then work it out for ourselves? Because now I don't know what exactly to study for said problem.

Note by Ali Rahemtulla
4 years, 8 months ago

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  Easy Math Editor

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Being able to buy hints would be really helpful. I was just thinking about that, today. For some problems, I don't even know how to start, and my only options are to guess or give up. Perhaps that's "realistic," but it's not very fun or educational!

Christopher Johnson - 4 years, 8 months ago

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It is the whole thinking process that makes Math fun. Hinting will spoil it

Wei Jie Tan - 4 years, 7 months ago

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