You are correct. Itâ€™s brilliant.org, although I seem to have found it somehow using â€ś.comâ€ť as well.

Regardless, Iâ€™m copying a message to which I responded to either another member of the Brave community, or perhaps, Iâ€™m just not being clear in my description of the problem.

As I point out below, this is not a problem will all math type-set viewed on Brave. It appears very specific, perhaps ASCII-specific.

The title of the course is â€śComplex Numbers.â€ť

Iâ€™ve provided a comparative set of pdfs of one page, involving complex numbers.

In math typology, â€śZâ€ť is a complex number and itâ€™s conjugate is denoted with a bar above the Z. See Firefox version and compare to Brave version. Focus on the first sentence. In the Brave version the bar above the Z denoted the conjugate of Z is missing on Brave, but not on Firefox.

Hereâ€™s a link the that webpage: https://brilliant.org/practice/the-triangle-inequality-2/?p=8

Finally, as second example, more glaring, the Brave version fails to show the division or rational number symbol between the numerator and denominator at https://brilliant.org/practice/arithmetic-shortcuts/?p=6

See respective screen shots of that also attached.