Whether answer is correct or not is not told in practice problems.

I started solving practice problems. But I am very unhappy that after submitting a solution, we are not told if we are right or wrong. I request brilliant staff to keep the old format.

Hi Peter,
by old format I mean, when I submit my answer, I should instantly know if my solution is right or wrong. That used to happen before. Definitely this new format is better in other respects than old! Nice work! :)

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TopNewestHi Snehal,

Our practice algebra section will likely have full solutions available in the next couple of days.

If solutions to the problems were available, would you still prefer the old format to the new?

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Hi Peter, by old format I mean, when I submit my answer, I should instantly know if my solution is right or wrong. That used to happen before. Definitely this new format is better in other respects than old! Nice work! :)

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