Thanks for your participation in the collaborative process last week. Xuming had a lot of fun with organizing one, and we are now getting more of the community involved.

I am proud to announce that the Composite Figures page is now up and running, and there are numerous examples for you to test your understanding of how to apply this concept to conquer such problems in the future. 3 cheers for such a clear expression. Check this handy chart to see if you will benefit from this page:

We are still in the process of working on Propositional Logic Word Problems, Circumcircle and Related Rates of Change. Please help us out by filling out a portion of the page.

It is now much easier for you to participate in one of these parties, by choosing a topic of your preference and hosting a wiki collaboration party. This way, you can pick a topic that you are comfortable with, and collaborate with your friends to help improve Brilliant. Ping me if you are interested, and I can provide additional help. Of course, for those who prefer to edit your own page, you should continue to do so (and we are working on getting you better tools to obtain feedback)

Thanks to the community, we have various parties this weekend led by them. This week, we will be improving:

Wiki page | Simpson's Paradox | Differential Equations | Distinct Objects into Identical Bins |

Hosted by | Ivan Koswara | Gautam Sharma | Vishnu Bhagyanath |

Supported by | Eli | Andrew | Sandeep |

Current status | Brainstorming | Brainstorming | Brainstorming |

Target Audience | All (?) | Level 3 Calculus | Level 3-4 Combinatorics |

Motivation | To be decided | To be decided | To be decided |

Meeting at | 9/11 10pm PDT, 9/12 10,30am IST | 9/12 8am PDT, 830pm IST | 9/13 8am PDT, 830pm IST |

Chatroom | #Logic | #Mathematics | #Mathematics |

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TopNewest@Zandra Vinegar @Pranshu Gaba @Sandeep Bhardwaj Thanks for such a great wiki!

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@Ivan Koswara Thanks for hosting the session on Simpson's paradox.

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Because not everyone lives on West Coast or India:

Simpson's Paradox wiki collaboration party is going to be hosted by me, at Brilliant Lounge Slack channel #logic, on:

Everyone with at least basic understanding of how percentages work are welcome; the wiki is targeted to literally Level 1-5 of everything.

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Simpson's Paradox wiki collaboration party has ended. Discussions can be read at #logic.

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@Gautam Sharma Thanks for hosting a session on Differential Equations.

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:)

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@Vishnu Bhagyanath Thanks for hosting a session on an application of counting.

For those who want to join / have some thoughts about it, please reply to this comment.

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In. :)

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@Calvin Lin I think u mixed up some topics.I m the one hosting Differential Equation wiki collaboration and Vishnu is hosting the the combinatorics one.

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I'm in :)

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In. :)

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When will level 5 calculus be hosted??

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Want to host such a wiki? Let's get that done!

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That would be fun! I am interested.

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Here's a quick summary of the Simpson's Paradox collaboration party!

1) We had introductions and learned some fun facts about each other:

2) We discussed the motivation for reading the page:

3) We went through the list of examples and decided which we thought were the best:

4) We discussed the organization of the page:

5) We decided on a final structure/organization:

6) We congratulated @Ivan Koswara on running a great wiki collaboration party. Thanks to all who participated! @Andrew Ellinor @Pi Han @Nihar Mahajan @Vishnu Bhagyanath @Sharky Kesa @Calvin Lin

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Here are some of the noteworthy moments of the "Distinct objects into identical bins" wiki collaboration party.

1) We organized a roll call and came to know about each other's favorite colour.

2) We discussed the targeted level and the motivation for someone to read this wiki.

3) We reviewed the added examples to know what we love and what we don't.

4) And side by side I was organizing the examples' review by colour coding into the google spreadsheet.

4) We discussed the structure of the page.

5) We settled for the final structure of the page.

6) We congratulated Vishnu Bhagyanath for successfully hosting the collaboration.

@Nihar Mahajan @Calvin Lin @Sudeep Salgia @Pranshu Gaba @Abhineet Nayyar @Andrew Ellinor

Thanks for participating and your valuable contributions!

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@Sandeep Bhardwaj Thanks, for making me a part of this amazing team!:)

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