Greetings from the moderation team! Here is the June Edition of the much awaited newsletter. As usual, it encapsulates the best of Brilliant over the past month. From the best posts to the most active members, it has it all.
Your performance at Brilliant can now get you a job in a leading company. Doesn’t sound credible? Then read this.
Did you ever feel that your solution isn’t the best way out? Or maybe wished that some mentor reviewed it? Brilliant has heard it all. You can submit a request to have your solution reviewed by Challenge Masters!
Over the past month the feed was flooded with a large number of problems across all topics and levels. This is not something new to the Brilliant community, but the strength of the flux is inspiring and motivating as always. Here are a few handpicked problems just in case you found the flow to be strong.
After all that workout here some easier ones. Warning: Neither would they leave you without having them a second thought.
Aren't they the same thing?, Isn't it equal to 1?, Can you boil this water?, Triangle-ception and Do you know your basics - VIII.
The ever-expanding community yet again witnessed incorporation of some new individuals who actively put in efforts and enhanced the experience of the community with their problems, solutions, wikis and comments having actively contributed them over the past four weeks or so. They deserve a word of recognition and the moderation team sincerely appreciates the efforts of Abyoso Hapsoro, Vijay Simha, Ankit Nigam, Dhaman Trivedi, Colin Carmody and Arian Tashakkor and hopes that they continue this active interaction with the community.
Interestingly in this edition, each of the members who has made it into the WhoToFollow List is really great at one of the major topics out here. So no matter where your interests lie, you would find your idol in this list.
Nishant Rai : Made a great set of his physics problems
Andrei Govolanov: Spellbounding skills at combinatorics
Otto Bretscher : Has a profound knowledge about Algebra and Number Theory
PS: It seems we haven’t found our master logician yet and apparently the programmers had some time off recently.
Do hit the follow button on their profiles.
A collection of discussions which are worth a dekko.
Ever wanted to know how one of those popular members are like other than being a math/physics whiz? Brilliant has begun featuring some of its popular members, one each month, from this May. Catch up from the first note in the series which features Jake Lai.
It has been 10 odd days since the JEE-2015 and this discussion encapsulates the reactions and performances of our fellow members who took the important examination this time.
Ever tried doing simple things the difficult way? This is how you try estimating \(\pi ^2 \) using Riemann Zeta Functions.
Thinking of taking JEE and don’t know from where to begin? Start here
Nihar just mixed up Vieta’s, polynomials and progressions. This is how the mixture tastes.
This concludes the June edition of the Newsletter. Hope you all liked it !