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When I was six years old my mom took me to the park When we almost arrived there we encountered a big sign On it vivid red letters indicated The path ahead is under construction all vehicles and pedestrians please do not trespass After seeing this sign my heart sank Frustrated I complained We cant even go to the park anymore now that we encountered this road-block My mom turned to me and said sternly Do you think there is only one path to the park Did you ever think of taking another route to get there After hearing this my hopes rose for an instant and I asked dubiously Mom Is it possible to take a detour to the park My mother faintly smiled and nodded her head As expected we went back choose another pathway and in a short period of time reached the park This incident left a great impression on meLater in grade 4 when I was taking a math competition I had confronted a difficult geometry problem which I could not solve I stared at the question will bulging eyes and busted my brain trying to solve it I felt that my head was about to explode but I still could not figure out the problem As time passed like this I became increasingly frustrated and too agitated to think about the problem Suddenly I remembered the time when I had to take a different path to reach a park when the path I was using was no longer available My eyes immediately brightened I took a deep breath and began to look at the problem using a different method and approach I immediately realized that the parallelogram can be split into two triangles and since I know the area of the two triangles I am able to find the area of the parallelogram In several minutes I had solved this difficult problemAnother time in a junior high chess
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