# Physics Practices & Riddles

There are lots of fun math practices in Brilliant, but what about physics practices? Perhaps this has been suggested before, but nonetheless I am requesting it again... There are many topics in physics, from dynamics to pressure, so there should not be a lack of questions for physics practices :)

I think that brilliant could have riddles and puzzles out of just the context of math and physics - what about brain teasers and riddles like sudoku or something?

Note by Sam Leo
5 years, 1 month ago

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Hi Sam,

We do have plans to expand our physics offerings in the medium future.

If you have a good brain teaser, puzzle or riddle, please feel free to share it on the discussion board. People tend to enjoy them. Far in the future Brilliant may evolve to host non-numerical questions formally, but there is no reason you can't share puzzles informally on the discussion board.

Staff - 5 years, 1 month ago