In the "Olympiad Mathematics" section if I click on "Shared problems" I keep getting:

"A special 3-digit number" - Nobody has solved this problem yet.

"Permuted Problem Sets" - Nobody has solved this problem yet.

While it isn't true of course...is it a little bug? Why are they shared problems?

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TopNewestOn the problem pages for those problems, you probably once clicked the

Share this problemlink at the bottom of the page. This generates a link that is unique to you, which you can share with friends with or without Brilliant.org accounts, where they can read the question and try to answer it. "Nobody has solved this problem yet." just means that nobody has clicked your link and and on that page entered the right answer.Log in to reply

Ok, thank you so much for the explaination Tim :)

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Since nobody has solved your shared problems, could you post those links on this thread so that we can get a shot at them?

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