Hello fellow Brilliant users! I've noticed a lot of message boards, so here's mine. It's rather long, but bear with me.

I am currently 12 years old. I am in 7th grade and lives in North Carolina. Although all of the [mostly useless] homework teachers "torture" students with has hindered me from doing more things, I am still very active in many things. Soccer is my passion, and I like to play the cello. Besides math, I participate in other school-affiliated activities, like Science Olympiad and Quiz Bowl.

Math has been so interesting to me, and although I realize that I have capital M-U-C-H **MUCH** more to go in order to be nearly as good as some of you guys are, I strive to do my best. One person from this another really cool math site besides Brilliant called AoPS (indirectly) told me about this, and I am glad that I learned about this site. From here, I am able to gain a valuable experience that I continue to enjoy. This wonderful site has made me to what I am today, and it has become a great influence in my mathematical journey.

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TopNewestFist bump for all twelve year old Brilliantians. :D

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Rebels. X'D Hahhaaa...

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Fist bump. :D I'll be 13 on May 5th. :D

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My brother turns 5 on May 14th. During my sixth year of life (that's between the age of 5 and 6), I learnt all my tables till 12. Guess this is why I am so good at math. Foundations.

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@Nathan Ramesh except you can't seem to succeed

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YESSSSSS ANOTHER PERSON THAT PLAYS THE CELLO AND LIKES IT :D

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What is Fayetteville, North Carolina known for?

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Although I am not military-affiliated, Fayetteville is known primarily for being the most prominent site of Fort Bragg, which is apparently the largest US Army installation. It is also home to the Pope Air Force Base. In my school, a little more than half of the entire population is somehow directly connected with the military.

It has also won the All-American City Award from the National Civic League three times.

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Woah cool beans. We're pretty close geographically.

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You asked the same thing about Williamsburg to me. Did you see what I responded?

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