I hope the Geometry section in Mathematics Challenges will be appeared soon, because I think the Geometry its some kind of training for me to improved my abilities.

I would disagree. It depends on your level. Sure, some of the lower-level problems don't require coding because there are very few cases to check, etc. But some of the higher-level problems require coding.

A calculus section could also be interesting seeing that there is an entire section dedicated to it in the practice section. I know that calculus can be applied on quite a few of the other challenge problems but having just 3 or 4 problems solely dedicated to calculus would be beneficial. The other two sections in the practice section have a corresponding challenge question section. Algebra has algebra and Olympiad mathematics is a combination of all the math topics.

I agree. I think that even though, in relation to other areas, geometry may have straightforward, bashable computation problems, hard computational geometry problems like the one in HMMT are still possible to write/find.

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TopNewestI hope Data Structure and Algorithms in Computer Science too..

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I would disagree. It depends on your level. Sure, some of the lower-level problems don't require coding because there are very few cases to check, etc. But some of the higher-level problems require coding.

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You are mistaken.

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Any updates, Brilliant staff? :)

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Really missing out Geometry stuff !

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A calculus section could also be interesting seeing that there is an entire section dedicated to it in the practice section. I know that calculus can be applied on quite a few of the other challenge problems but having just 3 or 4 problems solely dedicated to calculus would be beneficial. The other two sections in the practice section have a corresponding challenge question section. Algebra has algebra and Olympiad mathematics is a combination of all the math topics.

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I agree with you..

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I agree. I think that even though, in relation to other areas, geometry may have straightforward, bashable computation problems, hard computational geometry problems like the one in HMMT are still possible to write/find.

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