Happens to me too! I never knew it but I crave a little recognition just like the big boys in mathematics do. Here is what I do, I run out onto the street and shout Eureka! The neighbors do not like it very much.

Actually, recently I've changed it so that you will not show up to yourself so that you can always see who else is doing the problem you are working on/just completed. Rest assured, you will show up to other people.

This also prevents confusion, especially in the practice section of brilliant where it's possible for you to see the same problem twice with different details (for instance, \( 3 + 5 \) is the same "problem" as \( 6 + 7 \)).

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Happens to me too! I never knew it but I crave a little recognition just like the big boys in mathematics do. Here is what I do, I run out onto the street and shout Eureka! The neighbors do not like it very much.

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Just remember to grab a bath towel before running out!

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HaHaHa.....AWESOME RESPONSE!!!! :D

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Actually, recently I've changed it so that you will not show up to yourself so that you can always see who else is doing the problem you are working on/just completed. Rest assured, you will show up to other people.

This also prevents confusion, especially in the practice section of brilliant where it's possible for you to see the same problem twice with different details (for instance, \( 3 + 5 \) is the same "problem" as \( 6 + 7 \)).

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Thank You :)

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