I am interested in reader feedback. Are the problems too hard? Are they too easy? More math or less? Are more implementation details required or not? Do you have questions regarding the problems themselves and the physics behind them? Do you have a particular problem you would like to suggest?
I would also like to hear about interesting studies others have done and their results. I can host results fitting the overall impetus of Toy Problems here and am more than happy to link to other sites that would be of interest to readers of Toy Problems.
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