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Introductory Olympiad Algebra Sample

You have just completed a sample of the Advanced Algebra practice map, with problems taken from various skills. Full access to this map is available to Brilliant\(\color{green} {^2}\) members. The Advanced Algebra map offers further practice in complex numbers and algebraic identities. This topics help you build up towards applying algebra in Olympiad problems.

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We have also introduced 3 chapters that consist of Olympiad problems in Polynomials, Exponentials and Absolute Value. These would be especially suitable for Level 2 and 3 members that are looking to polish up their skills and level up, and serve as revision for Level 4 and 5 members.

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This note is the conclusion of the set Introductory Olympiad Algebra Problems.

Note by Calvin Lin
3 years, 7 months ago

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I got everything. Cool

Ashtik Mahapatra - 3 years, 7 months ago

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Well, I got all but one of the four problems, so that's pretty awesome! :D

Finn Hulse - 3 years, 7 months ago

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