The goal is to break World Records. They are a way to measure the effort, hard work, and accuracy of someone in a specific area. It brings them to the absolute edge, so you can drive yourself in the appropriate direction.
The best thing of these documents is that the form of behavior one wants to engage in is without restrictions. It may be considered useless in nature, but the uselessness of it is no longer the question if it completes the prestigious feat.
Many kinds of activities were promoted, thanks to authorities such as the Guinness Book of World Records, and the challenge was happily taken up by netizens all over the world. Be it making a shaving head and throwing in the most number of ping-pong balls in one minute, building an egg tower with the most number eggs, most dogs in a ‘conga’ line or nailing the toughest kind of push-ups, records are achievable in any field.
Maths is a topic which some enjoy and some hate. It includes thinking fast, and being numbers brilliant. One would wonder what kind of a world record this subject would involve.
Okay, imagine in one minute, solving nearly 200 numbers. Not just any number, the one to add and split.
The boy living in UK ‘s Long Eaton has done the unthinkable. He managed to solve 190 such sums in the span of a minute! He did so on a ‘Times Table Rock Stars’ form.
He got more than three answers a second on average. Gill defeated about 700 students from their homes who have attempted the challenge. This is really no mean feat. Kudos to this boy and his mind to be able to get this done in a short amount of time.