It's Back!

You might remember a set full of MCQ's that had proof-based solutions. Well, that was a demo. I wanted to see if a format like that could get popular. And it did get popular. I got a wonderful response from a lot of users.

You might remember that I didn't have a name for that set then. Now I do. I'm calling it "MCQ Is Not As Easy As 1-2-3". I think this name fits perfectly. Special thanks to Calvin Lin for coming up with it.

As I was throwing in different ideas for problems for this set, I realized something. *It's not easy at all to come up with problems*. But I'll try my best to keep this format up.

So, here you go. Go solve, comment on, post solutions to a bunch of problems I had a pleasure coming up with. Have fun!

Be sure to add the tag #Mursalin'sSets to your feed if you want problems like this.

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Thanks! Which problem would you say is your favorite? And which one did you absolutely hate?

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Nice Problems...especially the last one

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WOW very nice

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good problems

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cool problems

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too good

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Thanks @Mursalin Habib for these awesome sets! I hope you keep 'em coming! :D

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