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TopNewestWell, @Rajdeep Dhingra Can you please post some more projectile motion problems in your free time? I @Swapnil Das would be indebted! ( Just trying to see what happens when you mention yourself!)

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Hello Sir, I want your help. I am very weak in geometry , so I wanted to take some advice from you about it. Please tell me what shall I do to improve it. Thanks.

@Michael Mendrin

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Me too ! I am also weak in Geometry.

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well u've got lvl 4 n u r say'ng u r weak!!

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I have completed your set, but I think that you should mention that g=9.8,one can not take it 10

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Thank U! Gonna change it in 2 hours( Eating egg roll)!

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It takes two hours for you to eat an egg roll? :O :O

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What is your favourite technique in all of mathematics ?

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Till now, my favourite is Fermat's little theorem.

What about you?

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My favourite techniques are Induction and Invariance Principle.

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I love Fermat's Infinite Descent and also Simon's Favorite Factoring Trick.

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what happened to first message board?

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As to every messageboard, It died after two weeks!

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????

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@Sarthak Rath

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@Ruchin Shroff Hello! Thanks for following me! R U new to Brilliant.org?

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Ya Just Registered at brilliant.org

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@Noel Lo Thanks for liking my prob!

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Thank you also for supporting my Logic Puzzle on the five siblings!

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My pleasure! @Noel Lo

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@Sarthak Rath

Go to explore!Log in to reply

Thank you @Sandeep Bhardwaj Sir for kindly contributing to the logic section!

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@Nihar Mahajan Do you wanna become a Mathematician?

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No I wanna be an Engineer.

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@Sravanth Chebrolu Hey bro! actually the answer to the second question asking for remainder is 46. It is given in my answer key and I solved it too.

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Can you ex plain that?

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The last expression comes as x^2 -13x + 32 = f(x)

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$(x+1)$ the remainder is, $f(-1):(-1)^2-13(-1)+32 \\ =1+13+32 \\ =\boxed{46}$

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Combinatorics, I see to that very soon! I am building a new set don't miss it!Log in to reply

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Oh! Yes. Sorry for leading you the wrong way.

The new function is actually, $f(x):x^2-13x+32$! And that when divided by $(x+1)$ leaves $46$.

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No sorry in Friendship! ( if you accept me one)

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patience.Log in to reply

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U called me ?

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Yes, pls be my trig teacher and tell me how to start.

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Just read 11th NCERT. It's great.

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P.S - For NSEJS it is enough.

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Where did your Einstein go?

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Haha, well which one do you like? The original pic or the Einstein?

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Of course , Einstein.

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@Nishant Rai Hello Sir! I just wanted to make a humble request. The standard of the problems you post on Brilliant is really great. I just wanted you to post some kinematics problems on B'ant( without trigonometry, but of high standards). Please take my request into consideration, and please help aspiring physicists like me.

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@Swapnil Das Thanks! give me some time, i will surely post questions related to Kinematics.

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Thank you very much!

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Come on Hangouts

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RD u there! Actually my internet connection has finished and I am on tab, so I will not be able to come before 15th .

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Ohh.... .

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@Nishant Rai pls post the solution to the problems. Thanks!

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@Swapnil Das to all the questions i have posted??

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No Sir, the Kinematics ones up recently posted.

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@Nishant Rai Hello again, Sir!

Can you please suggest me some reference books for Class 11 Physics?

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@Swapnil Das

Read

NCERTfirst, as it will , to some extent, help you in your boards.After that, do

NCERT Exemplar. You can get the pdf's from here . It contain's some very good, high level questions.If enrolled in some coaching institute, go through their material thoroughly ( Do not jump form one coaching material to some other, they all contain the same thing, except the way they are written).

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@Swapnil Das

I forgot to mention $\text{Concepts of Physics Vol I and II - H. C. Verma}$. Do it to clear and test your conceptual understanding of the subject.

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@Swapnil Das After that, go for $\text{Problems in General Physics - I.E.Irodov}$

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@Sravanth Chebrolu Hi! Can you please let me know how are you so good at logic? How can I improve?

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I think you must take suggestions from Nihar or Pi Han Goh sir or Calvin sir or Julian Poon sir etc. . .

They are lot better than me!

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Remember the thoughts,

I think these two thinks did help me a lot! But, honestly, I don't think I am so good

Here are some tips to improve yourself:I recommend you to play

chessif you would like to improve at logic.(I personally love playing the game!)You can practice questions on brilliant! That's the best way to improve yourself.

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Well can we play online chess?

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$5$ PM?

Ofcourse! Can you provide me the link? But I can't do it today, maybe tomorrow afterLog in to reply

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$\huge\ddot\smile$

I'm sorry, but I don't know any such website? If you find any do inform me!Log in to reply

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@Sravanth Chebrolu Hey Sravanth, Have you posted any problems on Projectile motion? Can you post some?

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Have U tried mine ? Come on Hangouts

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I can't come on Hangouts for reasons, and yes I have tried your problems, and the alien Projectile problem was just great!

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Pizza War 2 ?

Have U triedLog in to reply

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Yeah. You can check my set Gravity, but presently I am not working much with physics, if you really want some problems I'll post them soon! $\ddot\smile$

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Thank you!

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Well, @Rajdeep Dhingra does FIITJEE prepare for RMO and NSEJS?

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It makes U prepare for NSEJS but only a little for RMO.

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Then I should join FIITJEE next year itself!

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@Satyajit Mohanty Namaskar , Kemiti Accha?

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Bhala Achi :D Odia re katha hele non-Odia loka bujhi paribeni :P

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Na bujhantu , aamar kana jauchi! Aapanankar Ganit kete badhiya! Aapana Rmo re qualify karithile ki?

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@Satyajit Mohanty

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Please do post solutions for my Set- Just for Fun!. I love your solutions!

Khang Nguyen Thanh

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@Khang Nguyen Thanh

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Why dont you come on fb?

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I usually avoid social distraction and adore isolation with mathematics.

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Are you Swapnil or Swaplin? Or wait........ Are you Einstein?

All I know is that you are a high profile physicist. :3

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@Joy Patel Instant action, isn't it?

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How to dethrone a complex cube root of unity from its complexity? This is a stupid short puzzle type made by me.

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by cubing it??

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Correct. :P

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@Swapnil Das will arrange its funeral :)

Yes and thenLog in to reply

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You are a genius!!

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This is the comment you listen from day to night!

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The most genuine question to start: Do you like Carrots? :P

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Well...., Yes!

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But not too much han! ( No scope to call me a rabbit!)

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Cheers! XD

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