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By unreleased I think he means historical problems from before the switch to the new format. You can recognize those as the ones that are shared by the "Best of" accounts with no human author.

Is it a new feature? I though it was already there since I never gave too much attention for anything here but the problems and solutions. Thanks anyway. It's really helpful. :)

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This discussion board is a place to discuss our Daily Challenges and the math and science related to those challenges. Explanations are more than just a solution — they should explain the steps and thinking strategies that you used to obtain the solution. Comments should further the discussion of math and science.

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TopNewestOut of curiosity...what are you guy's finding yourselves searching for most often?

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The old but qualified problems. They're a bit more challenging,

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Through the search function I was able to find a couple of "unreleased" problems from Brilliant!

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"Unreleased"? Care to explain?

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By unreleased I think he means historical problems from before the switch to the new format. You can recognize those as the ones that are shared by the "Best of" accounts with no human author.

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Thanks a lot, Brilliant.

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:D

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Exactly....the coolest thing ever.....

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i have choosen some topics earlier but now i want anoyher topic to choose how can i choose? plz

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Did you check out this page?

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Thanks so much Brilliant staff!

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Yes it's amazing! So awesome!

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We are glad you like it!

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Is it a new feature? I though it was already there since I never gave too much attention for anything here but the problems and solutions. Thanks anyway. It's really helpful. :)

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