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Loonycorn is comprised of four individualsâ€”Janani Ravi, Vitthal Srinivasan, Swetha Kolalapudi and Navdeep Singhâ€”who have honed their tech expertises at Google and Flipkart. The team believes it has distilled the instruction of complicated tech concepts into funny, practical, engaging courses, and is excited to be sharing its content with eager students. Together, their GMAT scores average over 760, and they hold MBAs from INSEAD, ISB, and IIM-Ahmedabad in India.

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- You, This Course and Us
- You, This Course and Us (1:32)

- Section I - 1 to 5
- x has a connection with z (4:48)
- Would the line pass through? (5:01)
- The box of profit (4:13)
- A class doesn't know the number of students (7:27)
- Let's see if n as a combination is an integer as well (5:28)

- Section II - 6 to 10
- Making x, y and z valuable (5:09)
- 4 friends have trouble with money (4:24)
- What's the angle to a triangle? (7:47)
- Blue pens, red pens and a box full of pens (6:29)
- The postiveness in x (7:05)

- Section III - 11 to 15
- Symmetrical connections between A, B and C (6:02)
- A squared out value for differences of x and y (10:34)
- Sam and Pam are off to the races (6:27)
- Slope to slip out y-intercept (10:19)
- 2 integers and their modular value (7:21)

- Section IV - 16 to 20
- Triangle enclosed in a semi-circle (7:00)
- A sequence a multiplies itself (5:40)
- Three numbers united are greater than a single one.. always? (8:52)
- The modulus twist in finding the greater value (12:22)
- A mean set of postive n (6:05)

- Section V - 21 to 25
- The triangular affair of ABC with PQR (11:55)
- ABC and PQR connect, yet again (7:19)
- A quadrilateral confusion (7:26)
- Quadrant of a point from modular equations (8:36)
- End of season sale : Discounts available (6:09)

- Section VI - 26 to 30
- How many solutions are there to a problem? (9:27)
- Equal remainder from division of two numbers (6:42)
- A tank sized capacity (6:33)
- Rectangles try to check if they measure same (6:28)
- Squaring off the square differences (6:58)

- Section VII - 31 to 35
- Huge equation of Z is figuring out its value (5:43)
- Z is pretty valuable, not zero (7:16)
- Test of evens (3:54)
- Mary goes the distance (4:47)
- Connection of price and units (5:26)

- Section VIII - 36 to 40
- Making sense of inequalities of z (4:15)
- x is lost in an equation (6:34)
- x and y are finding their quadrant (8:43)
- Defining the relationship of X and Y (6:58)
- Terminating the decimal in X (7:09)

- Section IX - 41 to 45
- More power to a (6:27)
- The story of a time when n was divided (9:39)
- John goes back and forth (7:07)
- Confusion in the fission of a reaction (12:13)
- The percentage story of x,y and z (6:06)

- Section X - 46 to 50
- A triangular affair (8:16)
- All that matters is the remainder (6:19)
- United we stand (6:08)
- Log in to know log of x (4:16)
- Ageing problem of two friends (4:40)

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