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TopNewest(1) Some review problems are not 0~999 style but still the answer box requires that. (2) Want a space for note taking (3) Also want it for level 5 (4) Is it possible to join the editors? :-) – Kai Chung Tam · 4 years ago

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I dont see any technique trainer on my homepage! I checked even Chai's comment but i still dont find it. – Nishanth Hegde · 4 years ago

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here – Harshit Kapur · 4 years ago

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The Techniques Trainer is an experimental feature. We launched it specifically for Algebra and Number Theory people who are Levels 1 - 3, to see if users would find it useful and to figure out how much work it takes to write the summary pages (like this one).

That is why you both (and many others) are not seeing it on your homepage... yet :)

- Silas– Silas Hundt Staff · 4 years agoLog in to reply

I became level 4 in Algebra and Number Theory this week. Does that mean I'd lose the trainer when the next problem set kicks in? – Parth Kohli · 4 years ago

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– Nishanth Hegde · 4 years ago

Okay :)Log in to reply

sir how to submit a solution to the problem – Sai Vinod Pandiri · 4 years ago

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Outstanding.KEEP IT UP. – Bhargav Das · 4 years ago

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Its awsum keep it up – Abhishek Thakur · 4 years ago

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Discovery of 'Fractional Factor?' – Subhrodipto Basu Choudhury · 4 years ago

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Discovery of ' Fractional Factor?' – Subhrodipto Basu Choudhury · 4 years ago

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its a really gud 1 4 me – Ankit Kumar · 4 years ago

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Brilliant is very useful which provide very good problem – Jinay Patel · 4 years ago

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It is a really wonderful initiative from Brilliant. It can enhance the problem solving abilities of students for sure! Thank you Brilliant team :) – Vikram Waradpande · 4 years ago

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Is there a technique trainer for Physics? If yes, then why am I not seeing it despite of being in level 3? – Sambit Senapati · 4 years ago

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There isn't a technique trainer for Physics... yet :) If people use this feature often in Algebra and Number Theory, we will consider adding it for physics as well. – Silas Hundt Staff · 4 years ago

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Wonderfull!! I like it so much. That much better explaination.. Thanks, Brilliant, keep up! :)) – Andrias Yuwantoko · 4 years ago

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If you do not see the Techniques Trainer, please see this image. If you still do not find it, post below. – Parth Kohli · 4 years agoLog in to reply

– Kiran Patel · 4 years ago

nothing like this............Log in to reply

great...........thanx Brilliant.... – Kiran Patel · 4 years ago

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Great!!! – Saurabh Dubey · 4 years ago

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I never expect this to appear all of a sudden in Brilliant.I was like"WOW".It's amazing! Thanks Brilliant.=D – Jia Zheng Chai · 4 years ago

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Hmm I just noticed this. How can I find this on my home page? I just seem to have stumbled upon it as a result of noticing it on somebody else's profile. – David Altizio · 4 years ago

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– Jia Zheng Chai · 4 years ago

It's on the main page of "challenges" in the same column with Number Theory and Algebra,just above the button "Start/Resume"Log in to reply

– Harshit Kapur · 4 years ago

no :/Log in to reply

The swimming pool that Calvin goes to has dimensions 20 meters long, 8 meters wide and 3 meters deep. What is the volume of water (in m3) that the swimming pool contains? – Ayan Majumder · 4 years ago

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i simply luv brilliant fr its awesome problems and the trainer particularly. I am feeling quite elevated in Maths Problem Solving. However as i am in 9th grade only a little of physics and maths is known to me. But yet i can learn many techniques through techniq trainer which i find quite amazing. Thank u so much brilliant. – Ankit Kumar · 4 years ago

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How to solve integration problem – Jinay Patel · 4 years ago

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