Oct 28 Great Wiki Submissions from 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

(Algebra) Fraction Arithmetic - By Mira B and Arron Kau

(Geometry)Double Angle Identities - By Mahindra Jain, Aditya Virani and Jubayer Nirjhor

(Algebra)Complex Conjugates - By Beakal Tiliksew and Mira B

(Geometry)Pythagorean Identities - By Hemang Agarwal, Jubayer Nirjhor and Victor Loh.

Level 3+

(Geometry)Proving Trigonometric Identities - By Aditya Virani, Mahindra Jain, Chung Kevin and Michael Fischer

(Algebra)Graphing Rational Equations - By Chung Kevin

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

(Algebra) Conics - Parabola - By Pranshu Gaba

(Geometry) Angle Bisector Theorem - By Trevor Arashiro

Wiki Pages that could use your help

Modular Arithmetic - Addition - Started by Bashar Issa, Sharky Kesa and Yash Singhal

Paradox - Started by Snehal Shekatkar

System of Linear Diophantine Equations - Started by Anuj Shikarkhane

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Np, thank youyou for helping to make Brilliant.

Trevor Arashiro - 6 years, 9 months ago

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You're welcome

Anuj Shikarkhane - 6 years, 9 months ago

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You're welcome😝😃😁

Yash Singhal - 6 years, 9 months ago

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You're welcome. Hope it helped...

Aloysius Ng - 6 years, 8 months ago

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Palash Som - 6 years, 8 months ago

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I need exercise in algebra level 2

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