# Difficulty of examples [Solved!]

**Paul** 25 Nov 2015, 10:26

### My question

Comments: can you make the examples harder?

### Relevant page

### What I've done so far

I've worked through the examples but there is not enough challenge.

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**Paul** 25 Nov 2015, 10:26

Comments: can you make the examples harder?

I've worked through the examples but there is not enough challenge.

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Comments: can you make the examples harder?

Relevant page <a href="/exponents-radicals/6-equations-radicals.php">6. Equations with Radicals</a> What I've done so far I've worked through the examples but there is not enough challenge.

**Newton** 26 Nov 2015, 00:19

Hello Paul

Thank you for your feedback. The site is undergoing constant revision and I will incorporate your suggestion in the next upgrade.

Regards

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Hello Paul Thank you for your feedback. The site is undergoing constant revision and I will incorporate your suggestion in the next upgrade. Regards

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