The best mathematician in Europe Bulgarian

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Peter Gaydarov of Plovdiv High School of Mathematics became the best young mathematician in Europe.

17-year-old youth entered the Top 10 of the best mathematicians in the world, after discovering an error in solving problems related to formula known as the Hamming distance, then solves a task of half a century.                                                                            “Since I was small I am  interested in solving problems in mathematics, but seriously I do, since I entered high school, then I started to developments in mathematics,” told the student from Plovdiv.                                                                                   He was able to give a partial solution to the problem of the Hungarian mathematician Paul Turan of 1962, which is extremely important for cryptography.                                                                                    “Teaching genius is challenging because you have to keep the attention of students,” says Valkanova, his teacher in maths.