Its important for all the Brilliant members & staff to know that we are so fond of brilliant. Of course Brilliant is very helpful. I just love the problem sums here. What do you love about Brilliant?

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This discussion board is a place to discuss our Daily Challenges and the math and science related to those challenges. Explanations are more than just a solution — they should explain the steps and thinking strategies that you used to obtain the solution. Comments should further the discussion of math and science.

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TopNewestcan solve interesting problems and review interesting solutions

interact with people abroad, get to learn from them. Get new perspectives... and yes, have fun with them

and lots more

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You are absolutely right. Brilliant has helped lot in improving its members by problems, notes & challenges.

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Brilliant improves my problem solving skill. I want to thank all the Brilliant staff for such a great app. Thank you!!

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Everything

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I love everything thats here. Except for the fact that there is not a strand of Chemistry or Biology in here…

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I think chemistry is present, you can see my friend Aniket Sanghi's profile for chemistry @Vikram Venkat

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Link for Aniket's sets

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1 word:- EVERYTHING

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I like physics and maths.Thus,I like brilliant.

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I love Brilliant, but I hate the fact of the problems were lanced free for users and exist Brilliant 2 blocked our progress. This is horrible.

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One more important thing: Slack, we can talk to organisers, report bugs, contribute for the community and the best thing discuss problems with @Calvin Lin

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