Describe the opening sequence when John Nash sees the others. What patterns does he see? Why is this important? John sees the man’s ties and compares it with the reflection cause by a light. It is important because it shows how good he is with math, and good with geometry. What is Nash's role at Princeton? John Nash is a graduate student. What are the prizes the students talk about? Students talk about the Carnegie Prize. How does Nash relate to the other students? What does he think of them? What do they think of him? What does he do that is inappropriate? John Nash doesn’t like to talk to other students, he thinks that he is the smartest out of everybody at Princeton and talks rudely to a woman at the bar. Describe Nash as a student. What are his problems? Why does he have these problems? He is not a very good students, he barely attend to class because he thinks the courses aren’t smart enough for him. He has these problem because he is always worrying too much and barely sleeps or eat. What does Nash think of himself? Is his self-assessment accurate? He thinks he is too smart and all his theories are right. What does Nash mean when he says, "The game is flawed"? Why does he say this? Describe the opening sequence when John Nash sees the others. What patterns does he see? Why is this important? John sees the man’s ties and compares it with the reflection cause by a light. It is important because it shows how good he is with math, and good with geometry. What is Nash's role at Princeton? John Nash is a graduate student. What are the prizes the students talk about? Students talk about the Carnegie Prize. How does Nash relate to the other students? What does he think of them? What do they think of him? What does he do that is inappropriate? John Nash doesn’t like to talk to other students, he thinks that he is the smartest out of everybody at Princeton and talks rudely to a woman at the bar. Describe Nash as a student. What are his problems? Why does he have...

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Describe the opening sequence when John Nash sees the others. What patterns does he see? Why is this important? John sees the man’s ties and compares it with the reflection cause by a light. It is important because it shows how good he is with math, and good with geometry. What is Nash's role at Princeton? John Nash is a graduate student. What are the prizes the students talk about? Students talk about the Carnegie Prize. How does Nash relate to the other students? What does he think of them? What do they think of him? What does he do that is inappropriate? John Nash doesn’t like to talk to other students, he thinks that he is the smartest out of everybody at Princeton and talks rudely to a woman at the bar. Describe Nash as a student. What are his problems? Why does he have these problems? He is not a very good students, he barely attend to class because he thinks the courses aren’t smart enough for him. He has these problem because he is always worrying too much and barely sleeps or eat. What does Nash think of himself? Is his self-assessment accurate? He thinks he is too smart and all his theories are right. What does Nash mean when he says, "The game is flawed"? Why does he say this? Describe the opening sequence when John Nash sees the others. What patterns does he see? Why is this important? John sees the man’s ties and compares it with the reflection cause by a light. It is important because it shows how good he is with math, and good with geometry. What is Nash's role at Princeton? John Nash is a graduate student. What are the prizes the students talk about? Students talk about the Carnegie Prize. How does Nash relate to the other students? What does he think of them? What do they think of him? What does he do that is inappropriate? John Nash doesn’t like to talk to other students, he thinks that he is the smartest out of everybody at Princeton and talks rudely to a woman at the bar. Describe Nash as a student. What are his problems? Why does he have...

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