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I really am flattered that you included my name! This actually gives me an incentive to post better stuff. Unfortunately, I'm caught up with a lot of school-work :(

Do I qualifiy? And are you going to update their amount of followers every time they get a new follower? Haha, good luck. ;). But seriously, my problems are pretty good too. :D

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Yes we will indeed, sometime soon to spread the limelight. We're going to start trying to keep it changing regularly. That page is a work in progress and was thrown up hastily to offer new member's any kind of option to find cool people to follow rapidly.

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This discussion board is a place to discuss our Daily Challenges and the math and science related to those challenges. Explanations are more than just a solution — they should explain the steps and thinking strategies that you used to obtain the solution. Comments should further the discussion of math and science.

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TopNewestHa, I'm flattered! But I believe these people posed

coolerproblems:Jatin Yadav

Matt Enlow

Anqi Li

Michael Diao

Mursalin Habib

Zi Song Yeoh

Chung Gene Keun

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You should be flattered. All of those people write great problems

and resharethe great problems of other's, making all them good people to follow.Log in to reply

I agree with these, and I'll say that Cole Coupland is another good person to follow.

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Yeah +1 for Cole, This Problem was a hoot.

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I agree.

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I really am flattered that you included my name! This actually gives me an incentive to post better stuff. Unfortunately, I'm caught up with a lot of school-work :(

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OK, I'll follow them . But who will follow me?

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if it is so u dont need 2 post rthis discussion

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Haha.

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Do I qualifiy? And are you going to update their amount of followers every time they get a new follower? Haha, good luck. ;). But seriously, my problems are pretty good too. :D

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They are pretty good. You probably will qualify. Just give us time to change the cycle :)

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Are you updating the "Discover people to follow" page to include more people such as those listed above?

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Yipee!

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