I always wanted to have this. In this, problems will be posted on some themes of the day. The themes would be of course the Greek alphabets starting from alpha to omega in the same pattern. Problems can vary from physics to chemistry to mathematics. Of course, it will be full of some constants and fun. I am very excited about learning about some of the new constants. It will start from tomorrow starting from the theme - \alpha.

Anybody who wants to help me in this question 'brigade' and want to post problems based on the Greek alphabets can put a comment here and use #GREEKS.

August 5 is the date when Greek war of independence in 1824 took a better shape for the Greeks as Constantine Kanaris leads them to victory against Ottoman and Egyptian ships in the Battle of Samos.

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TopNewestGood concept , I'll help you to create some problems .

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Thanks, man. Will you pre-book it please!!

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I would like eta($\eta$ )

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I'm here to help! seems fun!

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So tell on what theme you want to add problem. I mean on what day you want to share. BTW, thanks for showing your interest!!

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Χ( chi) ,Ψ( psi)Ω (omegA) seem very interesting to me! as far as adding problems is concerned, i will be up with one in 1-2 days!! :)

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but you cannot post problems just on the day you like, it will go in the alphabetical order, like starting from alpha from today to omega 24 days later... Or if you don't like it, then changes will be made!!Log in to reply

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So when're we starting?

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problem shared

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and there we go !!!! 24 days of science and little bit maths

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$\beta$-day was taken by me . the problems i created are 1&2

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for $\gamma$-day 1&2

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Why all this Greek?

(Just asking)

I hope to take $\psi$ (psi).

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Fine, $\psi$ would be fun!

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