You may have noticed that we've launched wiki pages in our practice section. We've got over 100 pages already up and running but we need your help to make these pages a resource that will make Brilliant.org an even better place to improve at math, science, and problem solving.

If you'd like to try your hand at explaining a challenging/interesting concept to tens of thousands of other people all around the world, read on!

Our wiki pages are meant to help people who have forgotten (or have never learned) about a particular skill or technique. Our best pages will have:

- a brief and understandable summary of the idea/technique
- additional explanation, if it would be helpful or provide added depth
- some worked examples so readers can see the idea in action

However, any contributions you can make are welcome, as we want to work as a community to improve this resource over time. Here are a couple of examples of some more-developed pages:

So, if you'd like to help, here are some pages that could use your contributions:

- Simplifying Rational Exponents
- Complex Fractions
- Multi-step Linear Inequalities
- Length and Distance
- Triangle Area

Of course, feel free to look around and contribute anywhere else you'd like as well!

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TopNewestHi, Is any topic related to Abstract Algebra, Mathematics Logic and Discrete Mathematics Available in Brilliant?

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Asama, we are adding more topics all the time. However, if you are interested in discrete math, you might find some interesting things in Number Theory or Combinatorics.

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sure, I will add some stuff in Number Theory.. Thanks Arron

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@Arron Kau I would like to ask that how can I add

older(i.e. the problems which are previously posted )problems inRelated community postsLog in to reply

You can add any problems you have written to a wiki page by clicking edit on your problem and choosing the appropriate skill. Only staff and moderators have the ability to do this for other people's problems.

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Can I add additional info?

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...did somebody say Science?...

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