Hello Brilliantians! Now since 2018 is coming to a close, I am going to hold a Math Poetry Contest.
The Rules and Regulations (and some schedules):
\(\bullet\)Your posted problem must at least have a poetic sense. As in ''\( e\) is Euler's number, with no blunder. Find it's decimal value (to 2 d.p.), only it shows the virtue.''
\(\bullet\) You have the right to choose what type of poem you want to write (Acrostic, Sonnet, Haiku, Limerick etc)
Note It depends if you want the entire poem to be your problem (as shown above) or just a bit of your problem
\(\bullet\) Inappropriate content MUST not be included
\(\bullet\) You may publish your problem on Brilliant or in this note.
\(\bullet\) When you publish your problem on Brilliant, write "This is my entry to the Math Poetry Contest"[link to this note] in the problem.
\(\bullet\) The contest ends on 1st Jan 2019 and late entries will not be considered.
\(\bullet\) You may post unoriginal problems but make sure that they have not been posted on Brilliant.org
\(\bullet\) You may post 3 problems at maximum
\(\bullet\) Results will be announced on 8th Jan 2019
\(\bullet\) The upvote system will be used to see who has the best poem problem! (You cannot downvote a poem problem if you dislike it. You may not upvote or downvote a problem you do not like ie. you are neutral and you MUST upvote your own poem.)
Note: Please remember that this is NOT a popularity vote!
So get writing problems and
I will hold another contest about science and so you can prepare now but only post it on new year's day to the deadline. However, you have to fulfil the special conditions given