# Nov 11 Great Wiki Read

Nov 11 Great Wiki Submissions over the past week

The Brilliant Community has contributed wonderfully to the Wiki. Here are some of the best articles submitted over the past week:

Level 1-2

(Number Theory) Integers - By Mursalin Habib and Sharky Kesa

(Algebra) Reciprocals - By Mei Lam

(Number Theory) Prime Number - By Yash Singhal, Shivamani Patil and Agnishom Chattopadhyay

(Mechanics)Solving for Equilibrium - by Beakal Tiliksew

(Calculus)Differentiation - Chain Rule - By Aditya Virani and Arron Kau

Level 3-5

(Geometry) Unit Vectors - By Pranshu Gaba

(Number Theory)Bezout’s Identity - By Mira B, Anuj Shikakhane and Ishan Singh

(Algbera)Arithemtic Mean - Geometric Mean - By Jubayer Nirjhor

Wiki pages that could use your help

Recurrence Relations - Started by Eddie the Head

Cauchy Schwarz Inequality - Started by Anuj Shikarkhane and Jubayer Nirjhor

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6 years, 8 months ago

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Thanks for all of your efforts. It's amazing what a large community is able to help produce. These pages will provide a lot of help for those who are new to the concept, and those who need a friendly revision. This makes me so proud of the Brilliant community.

Thanks once again :)

Staff - 6 years, 8 months ago

You're welcome😃and most importantly, thank you for making Brilliant.👍

- 6 years, 8 months ago

Unrelated topic, allow me to be your 9999 followers. Anyway, maybe one day I would contribute to make wiki page on integral topic. $\ddot\smile$

- 6 years, 8 months ago

hi, how do I submit a Wiki post? Do I just click add note?

- 6 years, 8 months ago

No, you should click on"wiki".

- 6 years, 8 months ago

Could u give me the linK?

- 6 years, 8 months ago

But you want to make a separate wiki page or edit the wiki pages on the respective topics?

- 6 years, 8 months ago

make a separate wiki page... I know how to edit one :)

- 6 years, 8 months ago

Firstly, you should click on the Community tab. Then you should click on"Post something". After that, 3 options will appear-problems,notes,wiki. So, according to your need,you should click on the wiki button to make a separate wiki page.

- 6 years, 8 months ago

ohh thanks! :)

- 6 years, 8 months ago

As Anuj mentioned, you can add a new wiki page in a similar way to posting a new problem/note.

(For reference) You can add to the wiki page directly by clicking on the wiki icon of the relevant skill in the map, which will bring you to the wiki page. If there is currently no writeup, then you will see a large green "Contribute an explanation" button. Otherwise, there is an "Edit this page" button in the top right, where you can add to existing writeups.

Staff - 6 years, 8 months ago

Much thanks for your excellent work!

- 6 years, 8 months ago