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Why don't you post it? There must be some Tamilians on Brilliant. As for me, I could have understood it if it was in Kannada or Malayalam, but Tamil is too alien to me!!

Some people downvote just for fun, but that your comment was a WORTH downvote, who'll ask search where ? You use brilliant means you have internet and you have google ! The king of all searches, the google ! Why need to ask where to search ?

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5 downvotes on the above comment too.. hahahaha I am loving these downvotes, really. It is pleasure for me that I have 13 downvotes on 2 comments!!!

I believe first one is equals to the ramanujan formula for finding $\pi$. Second one is chudnovsky formula for finding $\pi$. Both are equal to $\frac{1}{\pi}$.

Sorry, @Ronak Agarwal , although it is correct in the eyes of all those (8+5) downvotes but not in the eyes of a troll. I am sorry for all of them who didn't get my point/troll and just hit the downvote button.

*Actually, the troll here is that these 2 are nothing but mathematical expressions only. I asked "what is this" and not "what is the value of it or what is it equal to" *

So good luck trolling and I would love if I break the world record for downvotes on this comment! ;) :P

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TopNewest$\frac{sin x}{n} = six$

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MIND = BLOWN!

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LOL..So true! I have another troll with me posed by my friends about trig. but unfortunately that's in a vernacular (Tamil)

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Why don't you post it? There must be some Tamilians on Brilliant. As for me, I could have understood it if it was in Kannada or Malayalam, but Tamil is too alien to me!!

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See this.

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$\Huge{\color{#D61F06}{\textbf{Cody }}} \Huge{\color{#D61F06}{\textbf{Johnson}}}$

The King of troll in everything !

@Cody Johnson

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By the way, here is something that proves the importance of google ! Google Google-the awesome song

@My brilliantian friends... @Finn Hulse , @Sharky Kesa , @Satvik Golechha , @Krishna Ar, @Kartik Sharma , @Ronak Agarwal

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Yeah! I can't live without $\large \color{#3D99F6}{G}\color{#D61F06}{o}\color{#EC7300}{o}\color{#3D99F6}{g}\color{#20A900}{l}\color{#D61F06}{e}$

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https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-significance-of-Googles-logo-colors

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What a song.

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Yeah, I have heard it, it's very addicting(I mean that high-pitched, annoying but attractive voice) and of course the lyrics !! :) :P

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LOLOLOLOLOL!!!

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Best song ever. :D

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When I learnt Binomial Theorem

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kartik, 18 downvotes on 2 comments

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Of course it's Trollathon!

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The best kind of troll is Trollathon. No disputes on that !

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There's a problem that I posted called called Troller. Look it up. It's easy :P

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But it took me pains to compose that poem for the problem

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Can I get as much downvotes as possible?

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With pleasure.

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As you wish

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5!=5+4+3+2+1

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How can 5! be 5+4+3+2+1???

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I believe that's the troll we would have done.

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Why did I get 3 down votes for that comment??

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Some people downvote just for fun, but that your comment was a WORTH downvote, who'll ask search where ? You use brilliant means you have internet and you have

google! The king of all searches, the google ! Why need to ask where to search ?Log in to reply

And btw, why my comment got down voted when I asked what means troll?? What is bad in asking questions??

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I searched it on internet but the meaning of troll is a person who starts argument. :D

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When I asked my friend what is this - $\frac{\sqrt{8}}{9801} \sum_{n=0}^{\infty}\frac{(4n)!}{(n!)^4}\times\frac{26390n + 1103}{396^{4n}}$

and

$\frac{1}{53360 \sqrt{640320}} \sum_{n=0}^\infty (-1)^n \frac{(6n)!}{n!^3(3n)!} \times \frac{13591409 + 545140134n}{640320^{3n}}$

:P

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What's Troll about this -_-

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Troll on my friend because he must have died taking the value of it. But after all, he asked me what's the answer and then, you know what is it.

Why should I get 5 downvotes??

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I believe first one is equals to the ramanujan formula for finding $\pi$. Second one is chudnovsky formula for finding $\pi$. Both are equal to $\frac{1}{\pi}$.

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Sorry, @Ronak Agarwal , although it is correct in the eyes of all those (8+5) downvotes but not in the eyes of a troll. I am sorry for all of them who didn't get my point/troll and just hit the downvote button.

*Actually, the troll here is that these 2 are nothing but mathematical expressions only. I asked "what is this" and not "what is the value of it or what is it equal to" *So good luck trolling and I would love if I break the world record for downvotes on this comment! ;) :P

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What means troll??

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Search it up.

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Where??

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