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@Nihar Mahajan
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damn ..well tough one. BUGS BUNNY liked it so i will go with yes. infact everyone should like it 's kind of sweet and its shape is quiet fascinating .

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TopNewest2nd Question) How did you make/get the dangerous looking problems of summation? Looking at it my head starts paining.

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They are all easy. I've just mixed a few easy problems together to make 'dangerous' looking problems.

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You didn't answer my question: Do you like Carrots?

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What will you do if math tries to kill you?

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I'll kill him/her first?!

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Hello sir, What do you want to become?

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Do you like Carrots?

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well....nihar i guess , u just took up Agnishom's job. :p

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Well , someone noticed... :P

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its a nice ritual. :P

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