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Every month counts! Let us have fun adding more glories to our life through reading, learning, adventures, problems and passionate lifestyle. We, the moderators, are up for a humble try to do the same and to make you aware of the several amazing posts and associates of the previous month. Hope you all reap the benefits of this Moderator's Newsletter.

$\large \mathcal{ NEW} \ \ \ \mathcal{ FEATURES } \ \ \ \mathcal{ TO } \ \ \ \mathcal{ BE } \ \ \ \mathcal{ EXCITED } \ \ \ \mathcal{ ABOUT }$

Change is the only constant. It can confront us in several forms. All we have to do is to welcome the change. And we are trying to lead the changes in the form of several new features which would excite you to explore more arenas and cherish them.

## Wiki Collaboration Party - Symmetry and Logic Word Problems:

We are organizing wiki collaboration parties each weekend. The community is engaging itself into the party and foster Brilliant to grow faster so that we can cultivate the maximum of our hardwork. If you would also like to join the upcoming wiki collaboration parties, then you're most welcome and we would love to see you.

## Host Wiki Collaboration Party:

If you want to host the collaboration party and lead the discussion for the wiki collaboration, then you are provided with an awesome opportunity to fulfill your longing. You can let us know if you are interested in hosting a wiki through the link provided above.

## New Design Layout

As you experience that the layout of Brilliant has been updated. There are several features that have been added to make the layout better. Hope you will all enjoy with this.

$\large \mathcal{ CHALLENGING } \ \ \ \mathcal{ PROBLEMS }$

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Challenges conceive us for higher challenges and we find ourselves stronger every time we accept a challenge. And as usual, for boosting up your intellectual growth Brilliant community has several interesting challenges in the form of problems for you to cherish. Here are some of them just in case you didn’t happen to find them on your feeds: That's not enough!, Evaluate, You're a double negative, and Anomalous cancellation.

$\large \mathcal{ FASCINATING } \ \ \ \mathcal{ SIMPLE } \ \ \ \mathcal{ PROBLEMS }$

The existence of these problems will make you realize how beautiful Maths is! And you will meet a lot of such problems in the community. Here are a few of the fascinating problems posted in the past month:Be extremely careful, Your calculator will blast, Square of a hundred percent, Chess vs the world, and Block Relocation 2.

## $\large \mathcal{ NEW} \ \ \ \mathcal{ ACTIVE } \ \ \ \mathcal{ MEMBERS }$

The Brilliant community is adhored by the millions of users across the globe. Everyday tons of tributes are gifted to Brilliant in the form of problems, solutions, notes and wikis. They are learning, teaching and sharing the knowledge through Brilliant, making it one of the best sources of wisdom. Several members have been really active for past couple of fortnights and have been significantly contributing to the community lately. They deserve a word of mention and recognition for their benefaction to the community: Abhay Tiwari, Lakshya Sinha, Alan Yan, Clive Chen, Akash Singh, Jason Snow, Uttkarsh Kohli, Keshav Bassi. Keep the work up!

## $\large \mathcal{ POPULAR } \ \ \ \mathcal{ POSTS } \ \ \ \mathcal{ IN } \ \ \ \mathcal{ THE } \ \ \ \mathcal{ PAST } \ \ \ \mathcal{ MONTH }$

Here we are listing the posts which the community liked the most from the past month.

### Featured Member

Brilliant is featuring different members of the Brilliant community, so that you can get to know them better. For the sixth issue, Patrick Corn has been featured, who used to be a research mathematician in number theory. He provides us with numerous insights into different approaches for hard number theory problems. To know more about him, you can look at the interview talks with him here: Featured member - Patrick Corn.

### Interesting Facts

Brilliant companies you not only for maths and science, but also several other amazing things. A few days ago Akhil Bansal came up with a lot of interesting facts that you would love to know. Not only this, but you are also invited to share the interesting facts you know. If you're willing to share, then comment on the note: Interesting facts to know to have fun together.

### Mathematical Love Story

I was amazed by this story. As the title suggests, can you understand this love story? I assure you that you would love this story and may be it resembles your love story (:P).

### Triangle Centers

A very informative note about all the centers of a triangle was shared by Surya Prakash. It will help you to grab the concepts with a stronger grip. So lets go through triangle centers together.

$\large \mathcal{ WHO } \ \ \ \mathcal{ TO } \ \ \ \mathcal{ FOLLOW }$

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This section recognizes the members who have been really helping out the community sincerely over a fairly long period and have helped in raising the bar continuously making the experience better for the entire community. "Who to follow" is the most awaited list of the newsletter. So with no more wait here is the list in no specific order:

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Moderators are up for you every time. Keep learning, exploring and sharing! Thanks a lot!

Regards

Moderators Team

Note by Sandeep Bhardwaj
2 years, 4 months ago

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Hope you all will enjoy the newsletter. Thanks a lot to everyone for your valuable contributions you've made to the Brilliant in any form and finally I would love to add that

$\large \text{ Brilliant is the community of the people, for the people and by the people! }$

- 2 years, 4 months ago

Oh, What a pleasant suprise! Thanks for adding me to the 'Who to Follow' list. I'll be posting any interesting problem I come across!

- 2 years, 4 months ago

That was not a surprise.I was waiting for you to be in who to follow list. As a celebration , share a puny joke :P :P xD

- 2 years, 4 months ago

@Vishnu Bhagyanath You deserve it brother. Keep it up! :D

- 2 years, 4 months ago

Well, who are the guys those checked whether movement of lips matches with the text written in the GIF under "WHO TO FOLLOW" section?

I'm the one. $$\ddot \smile$$

- 2 years, 4 months ago

I did xD xD

- 2 years, 4 months ago

Me too! xD xD

- 2 years, 4 months ago

Thank you for including me in the who to follow list. I have not posted much recently because of school, but the problems and notes will return very soon. So stay tuned and patient :)

- 2 years, 4 months ago

$$"THANKS"$$ for mentioning my name in who to follow list. Also I would like to mention I am going to post every day a problem on RMO pattern . Till now I have posted 7 would continue to post till the time it's possible for me.

- 2 years, 4 months ago

Great work. Your questions are very helpful for us. Do you make every problem by yourself or are you using some books or previous year papers or something like that?

- 2 years, 4 months ago

"CONGRATS" and I'm waiting for your upcoming problems! $$\ddot \smile$$

- 2 years, 4 months ago