Filter 400 points problem

I love Brilliant, and i love to solve level 5 calculus problems.

Everyone can filter questions according to his/her level!

But i want to filter all those problems having 350+ points or 400 points I know i am not the only one who will love to do all those problems!

So its a request from me, will the society of this website can include an another filter options which controls the points?

for e.g. questions ranging from 200-250




If it can happen, we'll be highly obliged!

Thanks for reading the discussion.

Note by Aman Rajput
5 years, 2 months ago

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Top Newest employs an algorithm for rating the difficulty of a problem, but unfortunately I think there's considerable margin of error for a variety of reasons, including cheating. So, to think that we can meaningfully parse ratings from 200 to 400 into sub-ranges is probably an illusion.

Improving accuracy of the ratings is work in progress.

Michael Mendrin - 5 years, 1 month ago

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Thanks for the suggestions. Currently, we feel that would add complexity, and so are less inclined in implement filtering based solely on points.

Calvin Lin Staff - 5 years, 2 months ago

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Thanks for the response ,.! If it would make complexity ,

then the problems of 400 points , can be marked as level 6 or something level5+level 5^+. then we will have to filter for only level 6 problems :)

Aman Rajput - 5 years, 2 months ago

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I kind of like the idea of "super-hard" problems, but I expect very few people will even try them, which is one big reason why I've avoided posting such problems. One attractive point in favor of a "Level 6" is that when the filter is used for that level, we're likely to see a relatively small number of posted problems that will hang around for a while, instead of looking like they're just floating away into obscurity on a fast moving river.

Michael Mendrin - 5 years, 1 month ago

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@Michael Mendrin yes , i think some questions are overrated

And harder problems will not get views ...

Aman Rajput - 5 years ago

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@Michael Mendrin if you post super hard problems i will try them

Aman Rajput - 5 years ago

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@Aman Rajput Well, I think there's a few in my set of problems that are hard. Try some. Like "Ball Packing Wars"

Michael Mendrin Problems

Michael Mendrin - 5 years ago

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