Hi. I've listed all my (non-trivial) articles on Brilliant Wiki (till now) here. I'd really appreciate your feedback.

Cauchy - Schwarz Inequality (Algebra - Classical Inequalities)

Product of Factors (Number Theory - Integers) (the last part is written by me)

Finding the Last Digit of a Power (Number Theory - Modular Arithmetic)

Euler's Totient Function (Number Theory - Modular Arithmetic)

Simon's Favorite Factoring Trick (Number Theory - Diophantine Equations)

That's all folks! If I write another one, I'll add here.

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TopNewestI thank you for your contribution to the knowledge bank.:):):):):):):):):):):)

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i agree thanks @Jubayer Nirjhor

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Incredible job! In my opinion I think Jensen's note should need one or two examples in order to make it more clear. You'll help lots of people with this amazing notes, thank you for this material!

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Thanks for pointing out. Actually I started out the note but left it incomplete as it was getting late. I've completed it now.

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Can you help out by adding examples that you know of? That would greatly improve the page.

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Jensen and calculus are things I haven't already been taught. That's precisely why I was asking.

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Thank you very much for sharing such huge knowledge. .

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hi there have you ever joined competitions like IMO?

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In the proof section of Euler's criterion,you appear to be giving a link to Fundamental theorem of algebra but the link actually takes us to the wiki on Wilson's theorem.Which was it supposed to be?

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It was supposed to be FTA itself. I was planning a proof using Wilson's theorem, but then later changed my mind, hence the confusion. Corrected.

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@Jubayer Nirjhor

What is a in your product of factors wiki.

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I have no idea. I wrote the paragraph after the

Conclusionpart, separated by a line. The first part was written by @Calvin Lin.Log in to reply