JOMO- $\color{#D61F06}{\text{The Junior Online Math Olympiad}}$ is now back with a **new website** and cool **new contests** !

$\quad$JOMO is an intermediate monthly Math contest for math enthusiasts who love solving math problems, just like all the fellow brilliantians... However, the purpose of foundation of JOMO (founded by Yan Yau Cheng ) is to provide a competitive platform to students who are not able to participate in NIMO, OMO etc because they're right now beyond their knowledge and skills.

$\quad$ So to help you get to that level, and to bring you the flavor of online competition, JOMO's now in a new form with additional competition, **The Weekly Challenge**, which will be conducted on the website as well as the facebook page

$\quad$ All people who're interested, for further details, the website is now jomo.hol.es, the weekly challenge is displayed on website... Read the rules before you participate!

$\quad$ This $\color{#3D99F6}{\text{new and better website}}$ has been designed by none other than our web developer, Kishlaya Jaiswal.

Follow the fb page for any updates, and good luck problem solving here, at Brilliant.org

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TopNewestwow!!! thanks for the weekly challenge

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nice improvement !

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Can you please tell me how to write in latex in the PDF document....

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Use TeXworks or use brilliant preview by print screen.... Or use the MS office Word,it has latex by name 'insert equation', then convert it to pdf using pdf architect

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oh thnx a lot.....

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this forum.

I highly recommend downloading TexWorks, along with MikTex (to make it work). It's a pretty big download, but once you get everything set up and learned the syntax, its power is almost unlimited. Feel free to ask me any questions at dliu@proofathon.org if you have trouble downloading it or making it work. Or, you can more reliably find answers by asking the question as a topic post inLog in to reply

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Thanks that's news to me in always looking for new sites to explore! 👑👑👑👑👑👑👑

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I clicked the link but it shows -

Checked thrice same result

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