Published on 05/13/2022 17:32
A young Chinese man solves a math problem that doctors haven’t been able to solve for months – (Credit: Disclosure)
Wei Dongyi, a young man in his 30s, caught the interest of a team of PhD researchers from China. Recognized as the new genius of the moment, he decided – in just one night – A complex math problem the team spent four months trying to solve.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Peking University Dongyi helped create a complex mathematical model with an accuracy of 96% after using his equations. The Chinese acquired the nickname “God Wei” (free translation of God Wei) and became known for being accepted into the institution without passing the “Gaokao” exam, the country’s entrance examination, which is considered one of the most difficult in the world.
Because of his achievements, the young man gained notoriety in the country and was invited to help a group of mathematicians who spent about 4 months trying to solve an equation. When they considered the computation already “undecipherable,” Wei provided them with his own formulas for the equation.
By applying the youth method, the team achieved an approval rate of 96%, according to the newspaper. South China Morning Newspaper.
In addition to recognizing the boy’s genius and his contribution to solving the problem, scientists wanted to honor him with monetary value. However, Dongyi refused the money. “You don’t have to pay me for this easy problem,” said the Chinese genius.
After the researchers insisted that Wei accept the money, he only agreed to charge his transfer card.
This is not the first time that Wei Dongyi has caught the attention of the press and won fans back home for his wit and modesty. In addition to dribbling ‘Gaokao’, which brings together 10 million youths to compete for 6.6 million spots, the youngster also earned two medals in the Math Olympiad, when he was still in high school.
Moreover, according to the newspaper shandong business newsThe young Chinese also turned down an offer to study at Harvard University for a Ph.D., with a renunciation of English and support from an interpreter.
For Chen Daewoo, dean of Peking University, where the genius majored in mathematics and earned his Ph.D., it is not surprising that someone with Wei’s background and abilities could solve a mathematical equation considered difficult, “because he’s smart and very focused on all the projects he’s involved in.”
A spokesperson for the institution reported that the young man, in addition to being modest, was very disciplined and devoted himself a lot to his studies and work at the university, but preferred a simple lifestyle, without fine food or expensive clothes.
“Gamers. Unfortunate Twitter teachers. Zombie pioneers. Internet fans. Hardcore thinkers.”