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To Re-view past Brilliant Problems

I believe one task that becomes a bit tedious is to review past Brilliant problems with solutions as they aren't compiled and are present in a sequential manner. As many students and users often review past mathematical problems, I would like to suggest that Brilliant should do something so that users have an option of getting their past week problems with solutions in PDF format or MS word format so that even a problem of 13-14 weeks ago could be easily referred. It would be very very helpful to many as everyone does not have access to the internet each and every minute

Note by Ajitesh Mishra
4 years ago

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I agree, also Brilliant can make it easy to view the past problems,for example - by allowing us to get the problems of a particular week/month easily by sorting them out monthwise/difficulty-wise/topic-wise or in any such way by which we can refer to the wanted problems easily.

Bhargav Das - 4 years ago

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I would be happy even if the problem solutions appeared in a ordered form. Right now all the number theory/algebra/ and combinatorics problems solutions all appear randomly.

Yash Talekar - 4 years ago

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I would like if you could print previous problems similar to how you can print your current problems for the week. After the week ends, there is no printer friendly format for the question/solutions anymore.

Kevin Fei - 4 years ago

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