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Hello ,
I have just submitted some problems to Brilliant in the recent days and I'm experiencing **lack of space** for providing their solutions (for eg. Algebra questions)!

I mean , though we *could* write a big solution , we're **not able to review it** if it goes out of bounds .

I just wanted to request that - please provide us with some more space ( I mean widthwise )

Thank You

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TopNewestI'm uncertain what you mean. You can just continue typing your sentences. There is (currently) no bound on the length of the solution that you can submit.

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Sir , what I meant was that , though we could write a big solution , we're not able to review it if it goes out of bounds , please look forward to it . Please refer Mursalin's comment for further explanation .

I hope you get it Thank You ,

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I understand what you are trying to say. Let me clarify it for others. There's no way to scroll right (or left) while previewing the solution to a submitted problem and it is a problem. Take a look below:

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As you can see, it is impossible to see what is at the right end of the equation. There's no scroll-bar.

@Priyansh: I have a suggestion for you. Break up some of the big equations into smaller ones. Insert paragraphs in between (I know you can't always do that. Some equations won't make sense if they are apart).

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By the way , the solution I gave for my problem indeed had a very long equation , which couldn't be broken further .

Thank You Once again !

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Why would anyone need to do that? 1. A really long number 2. A long equation either has a lot of equal quantities, in which case it should be removed, or a large expression, which would be semi-incomprehensible, and so not suitable.

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