You get a significant amount of points. It depends on what we rate the difficulty of your problem. In general you get between 3-5X the worth of the problem in points for having your problem selected.

Of course, the value in points pales in comparison to the fame of recognition, and the joy of sharing with others.

I have not received any response as yet, regarding the problem I submitted around two weeks ago. Also, I made an error in the solution part to the problem and want to rectify it.

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You get a significant amount of points. It depends on what we rate the difficulty of your problem. In general you get between 3-5X the worth of the problem in points for having your problem selected.

Of course, the value in points pales in comparison to the fame of recognition, and the joy of sharing with others.

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Have the contributed problems been reviewed?

I have not received any response as yet, regarding the problem I submitted around two weeks ago. Also, I made an error in the solution part to the problem and want to rectify it.

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