Don't miss anything...

This is not about any technique of problem solving but i found it too inspiring, even that gives a message about \(\color{Red}{\text{taking}}\) \(\color{Red}{\text{up}}\) \(\color{Red}{\text{challenges}}\) , including \(\color{Red}{\text{solving}}\) \(\color{Red}{\text{various}}\) \(\color{Red}{ \text{problems}}\)....

See ! The two numbers just differ by 0.086 and see what happened to the results ! You efforts are like this only , adding little more everyday could make you from a very beginner to an expert....

Keep\color{#69047E}{\text{Keep}} trying\color{#69047E}{\text{trying}}, even a small amount of information, like the unidentified\color{#20A900}{\text{unidentified}} quadrilaterals\color{#20A900}{\text{quadrilaterals}} (cyclic mostly) in Geometry\color{limegreen}{\text{Geometry}}, or some tricks\color{#20A900}{\text{tricks}} in number\color{limegreen}{\text{number}} theory\color{limegreen}{\text{theory}} problems, some useful\color{#20A900}{\text{useful}} substitutions\color{#20A900}{\text{substitutions}} in Algebra\color{limegreen}{\text{Algebra}} and Calculus\color{limegreen}{\text{Calculus}}, simple things like units\color{#20A900}{\text{units}} in Physics\color{limegreen}{\text{Physics}} (yeah, that makes a huge difference if you consider wrong units)..... anything !

Everything is useful and small things make Huge\color{#3D99F6}{Huge} differences ! Don't miss anything when you work on a problem, especially the olympiad type !

Good luck Problem Solving....

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7 years, 1 month ago

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Good words of a person...

Sharky Kesa - 7 years, 1 month ago

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Exercise: Find what's wrong with this logic.

Sreejato Bhattacharya - 7 years, 1 month ago

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Any number larger than 1 will increase when you raise it to a higher power and numbers 1 \leq 1 will not,so you could do this with 1.0000000001 and 0.999999999999 :)

Tan Li Xuan - 7 years, 1 month ago

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Aamir Faisal Ansari - 7 years, 1 month ago

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true inspiration...!!!!

Vicky Snpti - 7 years, 1 month ago

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Yeah... You put the message very nicely decorated with a mathematical proof.

Sanjeet Raria - 6 years, 10 months ago

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Just because it is possible for a small thing to make a huge difference doesn't mean that it is likely. There are far more small things than huge differences for them to make.

Angela Richardson - 6 years, 10 months ago

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