This week, we're trying something a little different with the Weekend Wiki Party, and there should be something here for everyone. Below, you'll find the most visted pages in each topic on Brilliant that currently have *no* content.

These pages are about things that people on Brilliant want to know about, but there's currently nothing on our wiki to help them. Can you help them out by adding to these pages?

### Calculus

### Algebra

### Combinatorics

### Number Theory

### Logic

### Cryptography

Vigenere Cipher

Quantum Cryptography

### Computer Science

### Physics

Field Lines and Field Strength

Determining the Power put into a System

Leave a comment if you make an edit, and thanks for helping make Brilliant the best place in the world to learn math and science!

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TopNewest@Calvin Lin Sir, I contributed to the "Absolute Value" Wiki.I added examples to each section , improved the definition and added some properties to the notes of absolute value.Hope you like it :) – Nihar Mahajan · 2 years ago

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– Calvin Lin Staff · 2 years ago

Thanks! That page is beginning to look better :)Log in to reply

Sir, i've contributed to the graphs of inverse trigo. can u check it?? – Aditya Kumar · 2 years ago

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Edited out/Cleaned up \(\text{Perfect Numbers } \ddot\smile\) – Pranjal Jain · 2 years ago

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It could benefit from adding some proofs, or combining the list of properties which are mostly "it has the form \( 2^{n-1} ( 2^n - 1 ) \). – Calvin Lin Staff · 2 years ago

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Is it okay, if I help with these pages after JEE, that is, next week? I am saving this note so that I can remember to do so. – Vishwak Srinivasan · 2 years ago

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All the best with JEE! – Calvin Lin Staff · 2 years ago

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– Vishwak Srinivasan · 2 years ago

Thank you sir!Log in to reply

A stopwatch has a least count of 0.1 seconds it does 20 oscillations in 25 seconds find error in time period – Abhishek Singh · 2 years ago

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– Ayanlaja Adebola · 2 years ago

0.125secs?Log in to reply

– Abhishek Singh · 2 years ago

In response to ayanlaja answer, please can you tell how the answer cameLog in to reply

– Ayanlaja Adebola · 2 years ago

I think.....Period(T)=Time Taken/Number of oscilations.......T=25/20.....T=1.25 secs.....Since the stopwatch moves @least 0.1secs which is its reading accuracy....Error=1.25*0.1=0.125secsLog in to reply

– Ayanlaja Adebola · 2 years ago

Am i corect or wrong?Log in to reply