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Is there a way to view the solutions to previous problems when the two week period is expired?

The reason I ask this is because I'm working and I have little time to examine the solutions to learn something new (or review what I forgot since University times finished): my little spare time is going into solving the current week problems.

Maybe bookmarking the link is enough: someone at Brilliant can confirm this? Another way might be adding the possibility to download the solution as a PDF file.

I hope this is the right place to ask. Thank you for your attention.

Note by Andrea Galimberti
4 years, 1 month ago

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Only You Clicking Solutions Past and Down to the bottom where appear and load previous week will Appear of the Weeks earlier and so forth !

Gabriel Merces - 4 years, 1 month ago

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Thanks, I completely missed the "Load previous week" button because I have no previous weeks in my Physics section (now I can see it in the Algebra section). But as Harrison L. correctly pointed out it's not easy to keep scrolling down to search for a problem.

Andrea Galimberti - 4 years, 1 month ago

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Yeah, but scrolling done mindlessly is such a waste of time. I used to keep track of the problems by sharing them every week, but since brilliant took down the share option, i have to do just that (btw i do not have a facebook account)

Harrison Lian - 4 years, 1 month ago

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