@Pi Han Goh@Mursalin Habib
Hi Pi and Mursalin! I am a great fan of the problems you post. They are just great!
Would you like to share about your strategies and methods that make you a math genius?
Thanks!

2) Restrict yourself to more constraints than the original problem provided.

3) Ask yourself "is there any other approach to this?" even if you already got the answer.

4) Try spotting a pattern in every problem you do.

5) Create problems on your own after solving the problem, and obviously make them harder. For example, if the original question asked you to find the smallest number, ask yourself to find the second smallest number (or likewise).

@Sarvesh Dubey
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Well I check Whatsapp once in a day. But you can always comment here and here. If it is image you want to send me then whatsapp it to 9868206125 and inform me on one of the above 2 notes.

Which class do you read in ? I don't feel that I am big(better) than you in maths.

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TopNewestHi Swapnil! Thanks for the compliment!

I'm no genius but my "overall" strategy is:

1) To know why I want to be good in it.

2) Restrict yourself to more constraints than the original problem provided.

3) Ask yourself "is there any other approach to this?" even if you already got the answer.

4) Try spotting a pattern in every problem you do.

5) Create problems on your own after solving the problem, and obviously make them harder. For example, if the original question asked you to find the smallest number, ask yourself to find the second smallest number (or likewise).

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Wow! These strategies are just amazing! I will surely try these fantastic methods while solving problems. Thank You very much!

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@Pi Han Goh

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Hi mursalin!!!!this is sarvesh... Can u tell how to improve our mathematics onto a very high level....

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Read my mind! I was thinking to ask the same! Hey Mursalin! We would love to hear from you!

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here and here. If it is image you want to send me then whatsapp it to 9868206125 and inform me on one of the above 2 notes.

Well I check Whatsapp once in a day. But you can always commentWhich class do you read in ? I don't feel that I am big(better) than you in maths.

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Hey Mursalin! Would U like to share something about yourself?

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Umm... Me?

I was @mentioning Pi Han Goh here since this note's about him.

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Who is pi???

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Hey Sarvesh! Just for your encouragement and good problems, I have followed You. Hope U would be posting More and More!

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Yup!!!!

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See the profile of Pi Han, Almost everything level 5! Problems are also cool!

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Yeah I got him...he is awesome but Yash singhal too is good...

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