A universal way to solve problems, from a mathematical genius
Analyzing a problem and finding a solution isn't just about a theoretical, quantitative understanding; it requires a creative and expansive mindset to multiply the information.
Having a good idea to solve a problem isn't enough and true genius consists of finding an out-of-box solution that may be simple and profound.
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