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Why is it that the Algebra and Trigonometry top 50 list only shows 4 people?

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Because there are only a few people in your level. :)

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But I'm not in there,and I solved all the questions except 1 question.Plus,there are a lot more than 4.

But maybe only 4 solved >1 or so problems?

@Zi Song Yeoh – Can you explain that?I don't understand.Or maybe you misunderstood me.I meant I solved every question except 1 question.

and maybe you are upgraded to next level in calculus?

@Nishanth Hegde – I can't even do the 2 points question in level 1 calculus.So,I probably won't be going anywhere in calculus soon.

Most are in level 5(> 300 users)

How did you come to know that(no pun intended)?

Sorry, I just saw 281 users solving this week's level 5 ... Problems

@Zi Song Yeoh – now its 345 :)

I think all similar levels in different subjects should consist of questions of similar difficulty, be it olympiad or curriculum problems.

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TopNewestBecause there are only a few people in your level. :)

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But I'm not in there,and I solved all the questions except 1 question.Plus,there are a lot more than 4.

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But maybe only 4 solved >1 or so problems?

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and maybe you are upgraded to next level in calculus?

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Most are in level 5(> 300 users)

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How did you come to know that(no pun intended)?

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Sorry, I just saw 281 users solving this week's level 5 ... Problems

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I think all similar levels in different subjects should consist of questions of similar difficulty, be it olympiad or curriculum problems.

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