The Brilliant Community has contributed wonderfully to the Wiki. Here are some of the best articles submitted over the past week (perfect for a bedtime read):

**Level 1-2**

(Algebra) Simplify Ratios - By Ramprasad Rakhonde and Kevin Chung

(Geometry) Properties of Regular Polygons - By Jaydee Lucero

(Combinatorics) Data - Mean - By Yash Singhal and Yuliya Skripchenko

(Number Theory) Hexadecimal Numbers - By Sharky Kesa and Yash Singhal

(Calculus) Derivative of Polynomials - Basic - By Mei Lam

**Level 3+**

(Number Theory) Number of Factors - By Pranshu Gaba

(Number Theory) Bezout’s Identity - By Anuj Shikarkhane

(Mechanics) Centripetal Acceleration - By Josh Silverman

(Number Theory) Diophantine Equations - Solve by Factoring - by Mursalin Habib

(Number Theory) Wilson’s Theorem - by Jubayer Nirjhor

(Number Theory) Sum of Factors - By Krishna Ar and Trevor Arashiro

If you notice other great articles, please let us know!

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TopNewestI give my thanks to all those who contributed. Thanks!

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@Ramprasad Rakhonde @Chung Kevin @Jaydee Lucero @Yash Singhal @Yuliya Skripchenko @Sharky Kesa @Mei Lam @Pranshu Gaba @Anuj Shikarkhane @josh silverman @Mursalin Habib @Jubayer Nirjhor @Krishna Ar @Trevor Arashiro

Thanks for the great writeups! We look forward to learning more from you :)

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I am glad that my contribution in this has helped others.

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Maybe we should be allowed to

Like,Save to Sets, andResharearticles.Just a thought.

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We like that idea too!

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nice idea that!

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Nice, we need more mechanics problems in wiki.

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I agree. The simplest way is to encourage your friends and seniors to add an example problem each into the wiki. This way, everyone can learn from each other, and improve our understanding!

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Great Work .... Nice To Read .... Worth Spending time on Brilliant.org A Lot To Learn.... Brilliant Work...

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I wrote about mathematical induction and added some more problems just a few days ago. It's not done yet, but I'll keep up with this later. I have a math test next week, so I'll post some solutions for those problems. Thanks everyone for the wikis! ^__^

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Sounds exciting!!

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Check out my new posts in Combinatorics Section under the Data head. I hope I was able to contribute to Brilliant.

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Great posts!I was interested in knowing when the other sections of the Number Theory wiki are coming out @Calvin Lin

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We have just added the ability for you to post a wiki page directly, so you can start to add to the Wiki collection in any topic!

(We will be making an announcement shortly, which will provide more details.)

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Cool!

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I salute to those who devoted their time

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i would like to thank everyone who are helping us by sharing these things thanks for Calvin Lin

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