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TopNewestNice note, @Steven Zheng

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Can you tell me how to become or what to do to become a moderator at brilliant?

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If you are an active contributor on Brilliant (i.e. posting problems and notes) Calvin might email you an offer.

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thank you Steven.!!!

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What is difference between undefine and infinity

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Infinity is the concept of being without limit; without end. Undefined is a pretty broad. For functions, it is where the value does not exist. Stuff like \[\frac{\infty}{\infty}\] \[{0}^{0}\] \[\frac{0}{0}\] are examples of undefined.

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Unlimited solutions/possabilitys :-) :-) 010/0123aqwerty

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Idm me aqwerty

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