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TopNewest@brian charlesworth Congratulations for this streak! I always found your Geometry questions super awesome! "A tight fit" was the first Level 5 problem I solved! It was always a superb experience to solve your questions.

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Thanks! I'm glad you enjoy solving my geometry questions. As I recall, "A tight fit" was the first of my many "fitting circles in between random curves" problems. They're a bit weird, I suppose, but they each pose a slightly different challenge.

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Congratulations :D on killing problems all the year :D, You should try fitting ellipse between the curves :D. this might be my last day on this site cauz I will be busy in JEE prep.

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Exactly! And I love all of them. Just curious, was it a set goal or it just happened?

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\[\displaystyle{\quad \left[ \lim _{ n\rightarrow \infty }{ \prod _{ r=1 }^{ n }{ \sum _{ k=1 }^{ r }{ { (congratulations) }^{ k } } } } \right] \rightarrow "The\quad Brian\quad charlesworth\quad Sir"\\ \\ \quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \quad "King\quad Of\quad Math"}\]

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Hahaha. \(\lim_{n \rightarrow \infty} \displaystyle\prod_{r=1}^{n} \sum_{k=1}^{r} (thanks)^{k}\). :)

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Congratulations Brian Sir, as evident from your streak of 1 year it will just be a matter of time before you become the one with the highest points on Brilliant .

Here's a pic of my leader board :

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Congratulations , this moth you beated the Annihilator and the mathking

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Wow! So many points in one month. At this rate you'll pass Jon by the end of 2015. :)

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P.S. Looking up to you, now even I want to create and maintain atleast a 1 year streak .

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Thank you megh choksi for taking out time to post your leaderboard's pic . This week Jon Haussmann will definitely beat me and here's why :

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O_o

Both of them are my twice or thrice!!😨

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Thanks, Azhaghu. I hadn't looked at the points chart for a long time. Jon Haussmann is uncatchable, but my hope is to some day post a question that not even he can answer. :)

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My best wishes to you sir .

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@Brian Charlesworth I wish you luck.Is there any problem yet

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Congratulations! Wonderful achievement! I look up to you and aspire to reach your level of expertise. Congrats again!

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Thanks, Pratik. Judging from all your excellent posted problems I suspect that you've already surpassed my 'level of expertise'. Keep up the good work. :)

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Thanks, Megh!! I really appreciate this, fireworks and all. This is a great community to be part of, and every day I learn something new, such as the fact that \(365\) is such a beautiful number. :)

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Which concept in math or physics is most beautiful according to you(please say except geometry)

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Well, Euler's formula \(e^{ix} = \cos(x) + i*\sin(x)\) is probably the most beautiful (and important) in mathematics, and in physics the honor might go to Einstein's field equations. Gödel's Completeness/Incompleteness Theorems are mind-blowing in their significance as well. If you have the time, I would recommend "Gödel, Escher, Bach" by Douglas Hofstadter as an excellent overview.

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Congrats Brian ^_^ You are the most addicted person to Brilliant.org. And you got a new nick name 'The King Math'

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Thanks again. I may be addicted, but Marios Patsios has a 488-day streak going, so I'm not the most addicted. :) As for "The King Math", I would bestow that honor to Jon Haussmann, aka The Annihilator, or to Michael Mendrin, aka Mr. Mathopedia, or even to any number of the amazing members who participate on this site.

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Wow!! Congratulations for such a long steak Brian. Keep it up. You are a math king. Keep positing good questions on brilliant.

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Thanks, Ninad. :)

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@Calvin Lin How long is the longest streak on B'ant?

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On my list it is Marios Patsios with a 488-day streak!

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Hi, I heard that you are a moderator here on Brilliant so can you please tell me who are the people with the most number of points ?

Thanks for the same .

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Yes! I am a moderator. But we don't have this much access. We just edit questions for LaTeX and other problems, make problems popular, and report wrong answers. But according to my experience, Jon Haussman must be the highest. 300,000+ club includes @brian charlesworth @Sharky Kesa @Trevor B. @Pi Han Goh @Mardokay Mosazghi

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@brian charlesworth Can you share a note on a topic which you founded most interesting?

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Hey! Just curious.. Is that tag #\(\color{red}{brain}\)charlesworth intentional?

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Let it be there , first I made a mistake in writing name , but this suits the man

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@brian charlesworth I have a couple of problems and solutions about which I'd like your opinion. Could you please write to me, if you would, with a handshake email at: ajitathle@gmail.com or at : 1topquark@gmail.com Thanks

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Yaa ,but where's the leaderboard in this new setup..? I haven't saw it for a couple of months.. \(\ddot\smile\)

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In stats(it will take some time to load)

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Okay.. \(\ddot\smile\)

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