This note will act as a **feedback form** for my set Mathematics Done Right. I want my set to be a platform for improving the ability of solving mathematics problems in the members. For this your help is also required. You can post your comments on what do you feel about the questions in this set. You can also keep any suggestions which will help in improving my set.

This set contains a wide range of questions from different questions. This set is also helpful for preparing IITJEE exam which is a main competitive exam held in India. Chapters being featured in this set at present : \[\begin{align} ~\text{Basic Algebra} \qquad - \qquad \text{3 problems} \\ \text{Differentiation} \qquad - \qquad \text{7 problems} \\ \text{Limits} \qquad \qquad - \qquad \quad \text{9 problems} \\ \text{Logarithms} \qquad - \qquad \quad \text{4 problems} \\ \text{Progressions} \qquad \qquad - \quad \text{8 problems} \\ \text{Quadratic Equations} \qquad - \quad \text{11 problems} \\ \text{Complex Numbers} \qquad - \quad \text{14 problems} \\ \text{Trignometry} \qquad \quad - \qquad \text{8 problems} \\ \text{Matrices} \qquad \qquad - \qquad \quad \text{2 problems} \\ \hline \\ \text{ Total} \qquad \quad - \quad \text{66 problems} \\ \end{align}\]

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TopNewest@Calvin Lin sir, can you please edit this problem into multiple choice format.

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@Ram Mohith, the dashes ( - ) are not aligned. It would be better if they were aligned

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I am trying for that.

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No pressure.

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I think there are 64 questions

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No. There are total 63 questions and two notes making a total of 65 elements.

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Where is the other note?

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How about powers (exponents)?

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Now, I am writing for the wiki Arithmetic Progression and will soon post the problems (maybe an hour or so).

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Shall I keep those questions too ?

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If you want to

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@Ram Mohith, you can add problems that have different topics together like limits and exponents because in the exam it is most likely that they would not give straightforward questions

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