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111 An Apology

Enya took out a math exercise book, which was KMO’s exclusive teaching material. As the name suggested, KMO was a math competition in country K.

She opened the book and took out an exercise book. She placed it in front of Guo Miao. “I don’t know how to solve this problem. Can you teach me? My brother is not willing to teach me and insisted that I come to you to ask for advice. He even asked me to apologize.”

Guo Miao laughed. This girl was really spoiled. She had come to apologize and give her a warning when she actually needed her help.

However, she really appreciated this kind of naivety.


Guo Miao skimmed through the questions and found them interesting. It was not as interesting as the CMO’s questions but was more basic.

Guo Miao scribbled a few lines on a piece of paper and handed it to her. “Take a look and see if this formula is correct.”

Enya was a little dumbfounded. Didn’t this kind of competition question take at least half an hour to solve? What was wrong with Guo Miao? Did she just solve it in five minutes?

What she did not know was that the person sitting opposite her was a genius who had scored full marks in the CMO.

Enya opened the reference answers and matched the answers on the draft paper with Guo Miao’s. They were exactly the same. In fact, Guo Miao’s questions were even simpler.

She opened her mouth in surprise. “I guess there are good things about being a nerd. You can do math so quickly.”

“I’ve seen your answers. Your foundation is good, but your ability to combine formulas is poor. If you want to get good results in the KMO, you’ll need to train more in function-related subjects,” Guo Miao said.

She did not intend to tutor Enya like how she would tutor the Haicheng special squad. Enya’s foundation was better than theirs, so she should have no problem getting into country K’s national team.

Enya sighed. Her math teacher had given her the same advice, but she did not expect a girl around her age to not only solve a difficult problem she could not in five minutes but also to accurately point out the problem she had encountered when solving the problem.

“I’m not convinced,” she said stubbornly. “How about we compete with a question?”

“How so?” Guo Miao just wanted to do a question to de-stress.

“I’ll choose a question. It’ll take half an hour. Whoever can answer it first wins.”

Guo Miao nodded.

Enya chose a three-dimensional geometry question which she was best at.

As the timer began, she sprawled on the table and started calculating frantically. Guo Miao, on the other hand, watched her and even yawned. She didn’t seem to be in a hurry at all.

Enya was a little annoyed when she saw Guo Miao in a daze from the corner of her eye.

She was too disrespectful to her opponent. If she couldn’t do it, she should have just admitted defeat. Why did she have to do this?

When Enya was almost done, Guo Miao picked up a pen and started calculating on a piece of paper.

Another five minutes passed, and the answer appeared on the paper again.

Both of their answers were correct.

“You’re some sort of math answer generator, aren’t you? As long as I type in a math question, you can generate the answer,” Enya asked with a huff.

“Study hard. If you want to win an IMO award, you have to work harder.” Guo Miao stretched out her hand and circled a few places on the paper. “These need to be changed. The current method is not simple enough.”

Enya nodded. “I’ll work hard. You’ll go to the IMO too, right? ”

“I will,” Guo Miao said with a smile.

It seemed like the two of them would meet at the mathematics competition.

“Thank you for your guidance tonight.” Enya picked up her book and bit her lip. “I’m sorry. I went overboard today. I shouldn’t have said that to you. If you really like Tong Pei, we’ll have a fair competition, even if it’s at the IMO.”

She reached out to shake hands with Guo Miao.

Guo Miao held her hand and said, “I’m looking forward to meeting you at the IMO. Good luck.”

“I’ll definitely beat you into a pulp.” Enya made a fist gesture before she turned around and left the room, carefully closing the door behind her.

Guo Miao stretched lazily, turned off her computer, and lay on the bed, ready to go to sleep.

It seemed that with the two siblings from the En family, this trip to country K would be very enjoyable.

After a dreamless night, Guo Miao arrived at the venue of the forum early the next morning.

The forum was held in the Science and Technology Museum in S city, the capital of country K. Due to the event, the Science and Technology Museum was not open to children today.

The security guard at the entrance stopped Guo Miao. “Hello, student. We’re closed today, so you can’t go in.”

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