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Name:
Anjum Naseer
School:
Imperial College, University of London
About:
I have a BSc in Aeronautical Engineering and went on to study for a PhD in the subject but never completed writing up my thesis.
I learned programming as a hobby and it has now become my job.
I now work as a fulltime Software Engineer in London, UK.
I have always loved studying Maths since I was about 10 years old. I try and keep up with the subject by teaching Maths to anyone that requests help on it.
I also enjoy solving and setting puzzles and practice street magic as a hobby.
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Fun math puzzle:
Place the digits 0 to 9 in the cells below (I will draw them) such that cell 0 contains the number of 0's in the resulting …
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Quick brain teaser:
You walk 1 mile South, 1 mile East and then 1 mile North. You end up where you started from and shoot a bear. What colou…
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What criteria is used to establish that a question is unanswered?
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Reposting puzzle since no one has solved it yet:
You are allowed to use any number of mathematical operators or functions (e.g. +, -, *, /, …
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Puzzle time: You are allowed to use any number of mathematical operators or functions (e.g. +, -, *, /, sin, cos, tan, factorial, sqrt, etc)…
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What is the shortest way to prove:\[
e^{ix}=\cos(x)+i\sin(x)
\]
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OK: Quick brain teaser for today...
A cowboy rides into town on Friday, stays for Saturday and Sunday in the local hotel, but somehow manag…
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Can a quadratic really have 3 solutions!
I will type up the equation in the equation editor.
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Fun riddle: A tree is planted 6m away from a fresh water river and you are standing 5m to the left of the tree and have an empty bucket with…
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It would be useful to have a concept of giving an answer in a hidden form so only the question maker can it. This would allow others to answ…
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Fun question: A father and son are on a motorbike and have a terrible accident. Both are rushed to hospital and placed in separate operating…
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For karatechopper: There are 10 crows sitting on a cloths line. You have an air rifle and have a probability of 90% of hitting a crow. How m…
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Brain teaser: I have two Indian coins that have a total value of 75 paise, but one of the coins is NOT a 50 paise coin. So what two coins do…
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OK - Another question - especially for karatechopper:
Imagine that you are a bus driver...
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Lateral thinking:
If a were to drill a hole of height 6m right through a solid sphere, what would be the volume of the remaining sphere?
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Another Fun question:
March 4th 2011
April 1st 2011…
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Fun question: I am walking along a pebble beach with an empty bag. How many times can I put a pebble into the empty bag?
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Why is the medal status of a question (at its bottom right) sometimes shown in grey and sometimes in red?
I am using Google Chrome browser v…
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Occasionally someone asks a very interesting question that results in a lot of responses. It would be nice to see some kind of indicator for…
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It would be nice to be able to copy a drawing from one question to another. there are cases where someone wants to ask multiple questions al…
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If I hover over any users icon, I see a popup displaying some details of that user plus a link to view their Detailed Profile.
However, when…
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When typing up a reply, is it possible to enter equations without forcing them to start on the next line? i.e. I want to be able to type som…
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I have had some questions posed to me via fan testamonials. how are we supposed to reply to these?
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I have noticed on several occasions the "you've got a medal" popup appearing many times for the same event. Even after I have visited the Ne…
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in the detailed profile web page, clicking on a link to see the question seems to hang - I think the links may not be formed correctly in th…
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I am eagerly awaiting the feature where we will be able to filter the list of questions by particular groups.
To keep with the theme of owl…
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