List of Wiki Articles I've Contributed to

Here's a list of wiki articles I've contributed to on Brilliant.

  1. Induction

  2. Non-Standard Induction

  3. Strong Induction

  4. Forward Backwards Induction

  5. Integers

  6. Infinitely Many Primes

  7. Fermat's Little Theorem

  8. Diophantine Equations - Solve by Factoring

  9. General Diophantine Equations - Fermat's Method of Infinite Descent

  10. Complex Plane

  11. Polynomial Roots

  12. Extremal Principle - Definition

  13. Proof by Contradiction

  14. Pitot's Theorem

  15. Euler's Criterion

  16. Legendre Symbol

  17. Butterfly Theorem

Now I didn't write all these articles all by myself. Many members of the community also contributed to them and made them as they are today. So if you see an article you can help improve, by all means do that!

I hope you'll enjoy reading these articles and learn something from them. I hope these will inspire you to contribute the wiki yourself.



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Wow Mursalin! Your contributions are AWESOME!\color{#D61F06}{\textbf{AWESOME!}}

Anuj Shikarkhane - 6 years, 8 months ago

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@megh choksi I agree that the comment made was extremely discouraging, and was out of line with the Brilliant community. I have since deleted it. I am been in communication with Mursalin, and am impressed with the quality of his contributions. We have featured several of his wikis, like the Induction and Strong Induction Wikis. I believe that the community looks forward to reading more of his articles.

Just in case, I would like to point out that even though the comment was from a "Calvin Lin", that is not my account. You can recognize staff accounts by the yellow STAFF tag that appears next to the name.

Calvin Lin Staff - 6 years, 7 months ago

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Sir I know you can't demotivate anyone

U Z - 6 years, 7 months ago

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Ah, I wanted to contribute to the FMID section of General Diophantine equations but instead ended up contributing in the wrong section. I contributed to the one in the quadratic diophantine equation section and am now realizing that I should have contributed to the one in the general diophantine equations section. Perhaps I will add more problems in the context of quadratic diophantine equations.

Rahul Saha - 6 years, 8 months ago

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We will eventually combine these 2 wikis. They make sense to be presented on one page, as they essentially cover the same ideas, even though the types of equations are slightly different.

The quadratic diophantine equations page looks great, thanks!

Calvin Lin Staff - 6 years, 7 months ago

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very well explained the complex planes and the butterfly theorem ! thanks a lot :)

Rohan Chandra - 6 years, 2 months ago

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