Hi friends. Well I am just going to post this note to start the problem chaining once again. The first one started by Calvin Lin . Hope this new thread will also receive the same response as the first one. For the new ones on brilliant I will tell the rules in short.

1) In each section there is a topic related to Algebra, Number theory, Combinatorics , Geometry, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, etc.

2) First a question will be posted and then the viewers will have to answer the problem.Please avoid posting the same solution again and again.If you have a new solution, then you can post it.

3) After posting the solutions, You have to post a question in the end of your comment of solutions in order to continue the chain.

4) Also the problem writer can write the solution to the problems after 4 days in order to continue the chain.

In this way there will be a stream of questions for the people any many will be able to learn new ways of solving problems. If you solve the problem then you will receive +1 point. At the end of the week , a table showing the scores of people will be posted ( inspired from CMC). Thus you can get an opportunity to solve 'To Prove' types of problems and you will have various problems to solve. And please share this post in order to keep this post alive. ALL THE BEST and try your best. Thanks.

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TopNewest\( Biology \) – Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

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– Ramla Bukhari · 3 years ago

where is biology???Log in to reply

– Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

Open for you to post the quesLog in to reply

\( Chemistry \) – Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

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\(Physics\) – Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

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\( Combinatorics \) – Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

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– Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

Find all whole numbers equal to sum of the squares of their digits .Log in to reply

\( Inequalities \) – Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

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Then Prove that \( abcd≥3 \) – Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

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\( Calculus \) – Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

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– Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

Find the area enclosed under the curves \( y^2=x \) and \( y=x \) ??Log in to reply

\(Geometry\) – Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

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\( Number\) \(Theory \) – Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

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\[\frac{1+9999^4+10000^4}{1+9999^2+10000^2}\]

WITHOUT USING A CALCULATOR! Explain how you did it at the end – Yan Yau Cheng · 3 years ago

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\( Algebra\) – Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

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\(\frac{2x^2}{1+x^2}=y^2 \)

\( \frac{2y^2}{1+y^2}=z^2 \)

\( \frac{2z^2}{1+z^2}=x^2 \) – Dinesh Chavan · 3 years ago

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Err, where is Combinatorics? – Vincent Tandya · 3 years ago

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– Jason Sebastian · 3 years ago

Up there..Log in to reply

– Vincent Tandya · 3 years ago

It wasn't there before.Log in to reply

– Jason Sebastian · 3 years ago

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