I'm practicing for a small math contest.I keep on browsing problems here but some are very difficult. Can you give me some problem or set suitable for a 9th Grade student?

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TopNewestYou can filter for the level of difficulty that you are interested in.

1) On the community feed, pick a topic (say Algebra), and filter for Problems that are Popular and in Level 3

You can adjust to level 2 or 4, depending on how you're doing. Based on your current level, I would encourage you to challenge yourself with the level 4 questions.

2) If you have a specific skill in mind, look it up in the topic maps (say Polynomials - Applying the difference of two squares identity), and click on the Challenges.

Similarly you can filter for your difficulty preference.

– Calvin Lin Staff · 1 year agoLog in to reply

– Kenneth Gravamen · 1 year ago

Thanks sir. I'll try that.Log in to reply

– Brian Dela Torre · 1 year ago

Sir, how about Grade 10 problems, Me and Kenneth are schoolmates. It will be the same way?Log in to reply

– Calvin Lin Staff · 1 year ago

Same applies. Find the chapter that you school is covering, and then work on the challenges that are listed out. If you're having difficulty, then work on the skill quizzes to brush up your understanding / knowledge.Log in to reply

– Kenneth Gravamen · 1 year ago

We are under K to 12 curriculum,sir.Log in to reply

– Brian Dela Torre · 1 year ago

Thanks sir for your response. I'll make some adjustment for the review. Brilliant is very good account for practicing.Log in to reply

If you want a broader spectrum of basic and easy problems , you can try khanacademy.org because here you can only give strength to your basics and fetching is more if your basics are already clear. Practice there and try brilliant afterwards you'll learning will be more I guess. :) – Patanjali Dwivedi · 1 year ago

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