Before I begin, let me congratulate last week's winner, Tan Li Xuan with his amazing problem Superheroes fighting with maths! I don't know about you guys, but I'm surprised an Electricity and Magnetism problem didn't win!
Nonetheless, the problem Tan posted was amazing and really cool, so you guys should all give him a pat on the back for this awesome accomplishment. Tan, you can now add "TPC 3 Winner" to your long list of other achievements. :D
For this week, I didn't want to do another movie, because not everybody knows that movie. So, this week's theme will be Number Theory, a subject very close to my heart! Now, Sharky Kesa won't have an excuse not to post a problem! It's a little unorthodox, but I think it'll be really fun, and much more competitive. I hope to see a lot more submissions! EDIT: Congratulations to Satvik Golechha for being the first (and only) person to complete the set! He's awesome so follow him! :D
For those of you who are first-time participants, here's the basic outline of what's going on. You are going to write a problem with the theme of the week (in this case Number Theory). You'll publish the problem on Brilliant, and then provide a link to your problem in the comments below. Also, check out other people's problems. I will review (and even attempt to solve) all entries. At the end of the week, I'll post next week's TPC announcing the winner! We had some entries last week that didn't utilize \(\LaTeX\). Please use it! Appearance is key! :D
Also, I have a very important announcement. My note Difficult problems which need ratings! is hardly touched! It has only 1 reshare so it kind of sucks for me. Please please please try it out! These are all Level 4/5 problems that will be a real challenge for even the best of problem-solvers.
Anyways, have fun posting problems! And, as always, don't forget to like and reshare! :D