# Honoris Index

This is the list of my problem solvers. It is based on the Brilliant's users who have answered and posted the solution of my OPs.

Part I

1. Pranav Arora $\quad\Rightarrow\quad$ The Monster Integral

2. Abhishek Sinha, Hitalo Rodrigues, and Abhinav Raichur $\quad\Rightarrow\quad$ $100^\text{th}$ Derivative of Sinc Function

3. Karthik Kannan, Diego Gerardo Andreé, and Kartik Sharma $\quad\Rightarrow\quad$ The Easy Peasy Sum of Series Part 2

4. Karthik Kannan $\quad\Rightarrow\quad$ The Easy Peasy Sum of Series Part 3

5. Pranav Arora $\quad\Rightarrow\quad$ The Monster Integral Strikes Again!!

6. Patrick Corn $\quad\Rightarrow\quad$ The Easy Peasy Double Sum of Series

7. Jubayer Nirjhor $\quad\Rightarrow\quad$ Weirdo Integral

Part II

1. Tunk-Fey Ariawan $\quad\Rightarrow\quad$ The Little Monster Integral

2. Shivang Jindal $\quad\Rightarrow\quad$ The Wicked Integral

3. Hasan Kassim $\quad\Rightarrow\quad$ The Easy Peasy Sum of Series

4. Joel Antonio Vásquez $\quad\Rightarrow\quad$ Romanov's Series

Regards,

Valentina Moy (>‿◠)✌

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7 years, 1 month ago

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By the way, you are very smart for your age! I'm also a 13-year old. :P

- 6 years, 11 months ago

@Sharky Kesa and @Finn Hulse: Now I'm 14 y.o. and I'm not smart.

- 6 years, 10 months ago

I'm still 12.

- 6 years, 10 months ago

I think you are. :P

- 6 years, 10 months ago

How come I am smart if the highest level of mine is only 3 & mostly level 1??

- 6 years, 10 months ago

She's 23.

- 6 years, 11 months ago

She said she's 13 though somewhere else... :P

- 6 years, 11 months ago

Might have been a typo.

- 6 years, 11 months ago

I don't think so, because on her Stack Exchange, it says she's 14 (and we both know that websites can often mistakenly have your age as 14). :D

- 6 years, 11 months ago

Mate, the smallest legal age on Brilliant is 14. But, with all that other evidence, I got no idea. :D

- 6 years, 11 months ago

@Pranav Arora THE MONSTER TAMER!!

- 6 years, 7 months ago