Thanks Brilliant!

It was January, 2015. I was looking for a site that would provide me some help for working out a mechanics problem which I wasn't able to solve from three days...

I got brilliant. I liked it from the bottom of my heart, only because there was just math and physics, nothing else. I worked out some simple problems. I had posted a note, asking for help in mathematics.

I had posted a lot of notes foolishly, just asking the same question: How do I improve at math? Are there any books, shortcuts, tricks.. that would improve my problem solving skills?

And today, I have realized this fact:

I have got enough of mathematical maturity. I know that even that euclidean geometry problems can be done with calculus. I just don't go on solving every problem for the sake of gaining points, but to learn something new from it.

Thank you brilliant, thank you. You have paved my way, the way that leads to ultimate success, which is the immense joy of doing mathematics!

Swapnil Das

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3 years, 8 months ago

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I suppose all of us would like to thank Brilliant from the bottom of our hearts. It's not just you, Swapnil. Brilliant has paved a path to success for a majority of us.

CheerstoBrilliant!\huge {\huge {Cheers \quad to \quad Brilliant!}}

Mehul Arora - 3 years, 8 months ago

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Thanks brilliant

Asif Mujawar - 3 years, 8 months ago

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Yup... brilliant is awesome. Thank u brillaint

Sushant Sondhi - 3 years, 7 months ago

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Swapnil is getting emotional :P

Ashish Siva - 3 years, 5 months ago

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