Thank you for your great work and efforts during you career.

I work on the subject how to accelerate the development of new mathematics and mathematical physics.

If you where given the task to go as fast as possible from 7th grade level of math to 9th grade level how would you do?

In what time do you think or know it has been done?

The same question from 9th grade to 2nd year undergraduate level/start of the second year at the University-level?

If you just wanted to be a good student at that level as fast as possible from the 9th grade level how would you do?

It would be terrific if you found the time for a reply.

Thank you from Sweden and from Sebastian and my friend Marsha.

Now that many mathematicians and math bloggers are on Twitter (including Professor Gowers who has recently started tweeting as @wtgowers), do you consider joining Twitter as well?

Many thanks in advance for the response.

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I am looking to order one of your books. Can you recommend which one would be best, for someone who is really into prime numbers?

It is a Christmas present and is it possible to have you autograph it?

Thanks so much!

Candace

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I am planning to participate in the next IMO . I would like to improve my problem solving skills and learn more advanced topics so i can be prepared. What are the books that you can recommend me and are mathematical thinking books an important part for preparation? ]]>

During the course of your mathematics career, have their been any problems that captured your attention more than others? Or did they all hold equal weight for you?

Sincerely,

Jonathan Hasan

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