# Comment your favourite

Who is....

1.The most genius user on brilliant

2.Te best problem writer on brilliant

Note by Raman Tejaswi
6 years ago

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- 6 years ago

Me?

- 6 years ago

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- 6 years ago

@Richard Feynman , definitely the best on Brilliant.

Staff - 6 years ago

but ofcourse

- 6 years ago

@Mursalin Habib for both (but it seems your display picture is 'bad', Tejaswi, I am sorry to say that. Again, this post is not a post of Brilliant's standard.)

That's MY OPINION only.

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- 6 years ago

The most genius=Swapnil pratap singh Rajawat The best problem writer on brilliant=Swapnil pratap singh Rajawat

- 6 years ago

Calvin Lin, @Arron Kau , Sreejato Bhattacharya

- 6 years ago

I would like to add @Mark Hennings and @Michael Mendrin

- 6 years ago

WHAAA? apparently this is popular in #Combinatorics.

- 6 years ago

I am ofcuors.

- 6 years ago

Hey all genius listed here if I got problem please help me haha ^^

- 6 years ago

there is only one favorite for me and that is me AND only me for both ur questions

- 6 years ago

Did you see the downvotes! If you think you're the best, you won't get any better.

- 6 years ago

dont worry about me u take care of ur self i dont care about anybody this is my attitude i am not going to change it

- 6 years ago

I have a list-

1. @Trevor B., @Daniel Liu, @Finn Hulse, @Sharky Kesa, @Pi Han Goh, @Mursalin Habib, @jatin yadav, @Sreejato Bhattacharya, @Thaddeus Abiy, @Beakal Tiliksew, @Anish Puthuraya, @josh silverman etc.

2. @Calvin Lin, @Matt Enlow, @David Mattingly, Trevor B., Daniel Liu, Finn Hulse, Sharky Kesa, Pi Han Goh, @Mursalin Habib, jatin yadav, Sreejato Bhattacharya, etc.

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Hey! There are absolutely brilliant brilliantics out there. How can I remember all of them? Yes, all the suggestions are very good.

But don't you think we should combine both the lists?

- 6 years ago

@Zi Song Yeoh is also quite good

- 6 years ago

The Brilliant 'Originals'.From the old days,back when there were only weekly sets,: @Wei Liang Gan Gan @DYLAN SHAN HONG TOH @Russell FEW CHIEN WEI @Lawrence Sun

- 6 years ago

@Thaddeus Abiy and @Beakal Tiliksew are very good to.

- 6 years ago

Thanks :). Our small East African team here seems to be doing good.

- 6 years ago

thanks,i am flattered but all the brillianters here are all geniuses,

- 6 years ago

Hey also Jon Haussmann is great Brilliant user!

- 6 years ago

- 6 years ago

i will add @josh silverman

- 6 years ago

Thanks, but Im neither a genius, nor a good problem writer.

- 6 years ago

Also @Sam Thompson is pretty good. raise glass

Thanks :)

- 6 years ago

I'm really honored that you like my problems! I'd like to add @Vishnuram Leonardodavinci and @Daniel Chiu to this list.

- 6 years ago

I am incredibly honored. :D

- 6 years ago

I'm flattered. :blush:

(blushes) thanks Ameya, although one person has been left off that list. Ameya Salankar.

- 6 years ago

@Sharky Kesa, are you pulling my leg? :D

- 6 years ago

No, I actually think you are a genius.

- 6 years ago

@Sharky Kesa, let it be. You won't get anything! If you think, then prove it (on a side note, I think your conjecture may last unproved for time even greater than that of the Fermat's Last Theorem!)

- 6 years ago

You're a genius to me in calculus and physics. I may be good in the common fields of maths, but you're a genius where I am not.

- 6 years ago

@Sharky Kesa, I haven't got a single Level 5! Whereas you got 3! Aargh! My algebra level slipped down to 3! I hate making silly mistakes.

- 6 years ago

Levels in Brilliant aren't the only things that matter. ;)

Yeah seriously. :D

- 6 years ago