Hello Brilliant community,

There are some chapters which don't have quizzes for the community to work on and they need your help. You can help Brilliant by contributing some good problems in those chapters. The list of those chapters can be found when you click on "Publish" button as you can see below.

After clicking on the "Publish" button you will see list of the chapters that need your help, which looks like:

You are free to post all level problems. And you can see your good enough problems in the challenge quizzes of the community. I will also contribute the problems to get the Brilliant with more amazing problems. And I'm looking forward for your contributions too.

Thanks a lot!

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TopNewestI've posted a problem in Percentages chapter. You would love it: What is your LCM? – Sandeep Bhardwaj · 1 year ago

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– Worranat Pakornrat · 1 year ago

Can you teach me how to post a link in Latex. I'm having trouble with it. Thank you. ;)Log in to reply

\[\text{[Name of the problem](link) }\]

And it will be displayed as Name of the problem. – Sandeep Bhardwaj · 1 year ago

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@Sandeep Bhardwaj , I want to contribute in quadratic discriminant , should I share link of problem here ? – Chinmay Sangawadekar · 1 year ago

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– Sandeep Bhardwaj · 1 year ago

Not compulsory, but you can if you wish.Log in to reply

Perfect Squares Only – Worranat Pakornrat · 1 year ago

Thanks! I added the new question in the Quadratic Discriminant chapter:Log in to reply

– Sandeep Bhardwaj · 1 year ago

Great! Nice problem, thanks!Log in to reply

For triangles , is this problem suitable ?@Sandeep Bhardwaj – Chinmay Sangawadekar · 1 year ago

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There you go! That's my problem for volumes. Filling The Tank – Sravanth Chebrolu · 1 year ago

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– Sandeep Bhardwaj · 1 year ago

Nice problem. Thanks, Sravanth!Log in to reply

I've just posted a new problem on the Triangle Chapter: Lucky Star Number 7 .

Hope you'll enjoy its beauty. ;) – Worranat Pakornrat · 1 year ago

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– Sandeep Bhardwaj · 1 year ago

Wow! What a nice problem! Thanks :)Log in to reply

I have come up with a new question in Volume 3D chapter: 5 Pyramids in 1 Cube

Enjoy! ;) – Worranat Pakornrat · 1 year ago

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I made a simple problem in percentages : 2016% – Julius Adrian · 1 year ago

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– Sandeep Bhardwaj · 1 year ago

Thanks Julius! Nice problem. :)Log in to reply

I'll look forward for any tutorials or helpful link here. Thank you very much :) – Julius Adrian · 1 year ago

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@Julius Adrian

You can get a lot of Latex guides from Daniel's note: Beginner LaTex Guide. And if you're looking for the complete guide, then refer to the wikipedia page: LaTex/Mathematics.

Hope it will be helpful. Thanks! – Sandeep Bhardwaj · 1 year ago

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Here is an extensive guide to using \(\LaTeX\). Except the points 1 and 2, all the other points are universally applicable wherever you use \(\LaTeX\)/MathJax.

The alternative to point 1 in this site is to hover your mouse cursor over the equations to see the raw \(\LaTeX\) code or use the "Toggle \(\LaTeX\)" option from the pop-down menu in the top right area (click on the small circled profile pic area).

The alternative to point 2 in this site is use \(\backslash(\ldots\backslash)\) instead of \(\$\ldots\$\) and to use \(\backslash[\ldots\backslash]\) instead of \(\$\$\ldots\$\$\).

The answer posts on that post further elaborate on how to make tables, matrices, etc. – Prasun Biswas · 1 year ago

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I do not understand it inEnglish.May it be inLituanian or inRusian language? – Irena Kotleryte · 1 year ago

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