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would you please let me know exactly how many problem can i contribute for brilliant...you have given me a option to contribute for brilliant....i have given almost 12 choicest problems that i could find or create...but is not there any end of contribution? am i sure that my question would be sorted out... i gave really tricker problems and problems that can tease one...

Note by Sayan Chowdhury
4 years, 11 months ago

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Hello Sayan,

As of now we do not wish to limit the number of problems all of you can submit. In the future we might do so. We have actually received an excitingly large number of problems in the last day. I would advise everyone that you will have more success being featured if you submit fewer, excellent, and well composed problems than if you submit every single problem that you can write. Quality not quantity will increase the chances of your problem being featured.

Staff - 4 years, 11 months ago

Sir, can we submit problems which we have solved some books.

- 4 years, 11 months ago

I think they allow problems from books because there is a "I found out about it somewhere else" option for submitting a problem.

- 4 years, 11 months ago

Clifford is correct. You can submit problems that you like, but have not written yourself, as long as you check the "I found out about it somewhere else" option. This will open up a box where you must enter a citation to attribute the problem to it's original creator, or at the very least the source you discovered it in.

Staff - 4 years, 11 months ago