Please let normal Brilliant users see the solutions in the practices. Some of our parents are not willing to support us in furthering our mathematical knowledge and thus not allow us to pay for Brilliant^2

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I agree too. Setting solutions in practice problems as B2 only is taking things a little too far.

However, be assured that the Brilliant Staff are still testing what things are appropriate to be reserved for B2, and what things aren't. They are subject to change; I am fairly sure that sooner or later practice problem solutions will be available for all users.

I agree with this. I am a very mathematically inclined person, and the practice problems on Brilliant are excellent for a multitude of things, however, when I do get an answer wrong, I either have to relook at my entire though process to see where I made a false assumption, or go to a source that may be outside of Brilliant, which is tedious as it takes time for research. I fully understand the idea of Brilliant^2, but taking it to the practice realm? I believe all users should be entitled to the usage of all practice problems, but only Brilliant^2 users should have access to specific content, as they paid for said access, i.e. more problems of a certain quality.

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TopNewestI agree too. Setting solutions in practice problems as B2 only is taking things a little too far.

However, be assured that the Brilliant Staff are still testing what things are appropriate to be reserved for B2, and what things aren't. They are subject to change; I am fairly sure that sooner or later practice problem solutions will be available for all users.

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Yes. Please spare the Brilliant Practice Problems. I fully support the idea of B^2. But...kindly reconsider this. @Calvin Lin @Suyeon Khim @Peter Taylor

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Aren't you old enough? 49 years old?

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People do fake their ages. I simply can't put my age down because I am too young. The youngest age limit on Brilliant is 14.

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Ok

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Is it 14?I thought it is 13.

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$31^{st}$ March and you?

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I agree with this. I am a very mathematically inclined person, and the practice problems on Brilliant are excellent for a multitude of things, however, when I do get an answer wrong, I either have to relook at my entire though process to see where I made a false assumption, or go to a source that may be outside of Brilliant, which is tedious as it takes time for research. I fully understand the idea of Brilliant^2, but taking it to the practice realm? I believe all users should be entitled to the usage of all practice problems, but only Brilliant^2 users should have access to specific content, as they paid for said access, i.e. more problems of a certain quality.

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