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@Pi Han Goh Hello sir! I am a class 10 student from India and want your suggestion in some topics. I want your suggestion on from where i can learn how to use calculus in physics. And Which resource is the best for geometry so as to make me clear on how to handle olympiad problems which require construction to be done....I really get stucK on these!

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no.

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veggies sucks(IMO)

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Why do you use a pseudonym? :D Are you really 13? How do you learn math ?

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because i am in a mood to make it

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open this site , do all problems and the process repeats

(also aops books helps)

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do you like chess?

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but i suck at it i got harrassed everytime

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Well,one can always improve.I like it too!!

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@Pi Han Goh Hello sir! I am a class 10 student from India and want your suggestion in some topics. I want your suggestion on from where i can learn how to use calculus in physics. And Which resource is the best for geometry so as to make me clear on how to handle olympiad problems which require construction to be done....I really get stucK on these!

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Sorry, I'm bad in physics. I can't help you there.

Borrow math olympiad textbook from library and just do all the questions. That's all.

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Ok Thanks!

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In a book thrre are 100 pages .from the book some pages are torn off. The sum of the pages remaining is 4949. How may pages are torn off from the book

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2 pages page number 1 and 100

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