You are fascinated by the equation \(e^{i \pi} + 1 = 0\).

You know by heart the first fifty digits of \( \pi\)

You have tried to prove

*Fermat's Last Theorem*.You know ten ways to prove

*Pythagoras' Theorem*.Your telephone number is the sum of two prime numbers.

You have calculated that the

**World Series**actually diverges.You are sure that

*differential equations*are very useful tool.You comment to your wife or girl friend/ boy friend that her/his hair is nice and parallel.

When you say to a car dealer, "I'll take the red car or the blue one," you must add " but not both of them."

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TopNewestMy phone number isn't the sum of two prime numbers. It

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So, you've memorised a ten digit prime

@Amrita Roychowdhury you too. Q

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Well, I disagree with you, sorry!

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Nice compilation , I must say!

Well for me , I think it's :

Yes for 3,4,5,7

No for 1,2,6,9

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But I really don't mind what the criteria is , I know I am a great fan of Mathematics !!

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1 is true for me. No for the rest 8.

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I have sign(s) -

And I don't have sign(s) -

Are these enough signs to come to any conclusion???

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\(5\). Are you sure?

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In our country, phone numbers are 10 digit numbers and the Goldbach conjecture has been verified upto 10^17

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And I wonder if someone in this world has got the number \(3325581707333960528\)?

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You might be a mathematician if it's Year 2015, you can't help but devise a million math problems that involve the number 2015. Do a Brilliant search on "2015" and see what happens.

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Yes, 51 :P

Yes, foolishly though

Nope, I know 3 or 4, maybe

Nope, it is the sum of three primes

Nope

Yes, of course.

Nope, I don't have any

Nope, I've never talked to car dealer.

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You know 51 digits of \(\pi\), really?cool!

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Yeah, it is of no use though :P

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Thanks for crushing my every hope of being a mathematician. I will now hate you for the rest of my life.

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