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<div></div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=AoPS_Wiki:Discussion&diff=6464AoPS Wiki:Discussion2006-07-09T05:25:36Z<p>Ignite168: /* Adding AMC Problems and Solutions! */</p>
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<div>=Pages to start off with=<br />
[[Function]] really needs work. It's about 1/3rd written, and about 1/3rd of that is properly latexed. --[[User:Solafidefarms|solafidefarms]] 16:46, 22 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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Please add more to the list below<br />
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== Adding AMC Problems and Solutions! ==<br />
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Every member can contribute to this no matter what kind of math knowledge they have. This is also very important to the amount of information on the Wiki. Please go to the Contests Page and copy problems from the competitions to the pages they are missing from. (see below) If you have more time, please add a solution to the pages that are missing solutions. (also see below)<br />
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*2006<br />
**Missing Problems<br />
***2006 AMC 10B Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12A Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12B Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 USAMO Problems 1-6<br />
***2006 USA TST Problems 1-6<br />
**Missing Solutions<br />
***2006 AMC 10A Solutions 7-25<br />
***2006 AMC 10B Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12A Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12B Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AIME I Solutions 4, 7-11, 13-15<br />
***2006 AIME II Solutions 1-15<br />
***2006 USAMO Solutions 1-6<br />
***2006 USA TST Solutions 1-6<br />
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Thanks! [[User:Ignite168|Ignite168]] 20:06, 7 July 2006 (EDT)<br />
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Just adding a note to please strike out something by using <nowiki><s> to start the strike out and </s> to finish it</nowiki> when it is completed like so <s>example</s>. Also, you can work on 2005, 2004, 2003, etc. but I just put 2006 here to start with. Oh and to joml88: Thanks for all your work on problems in past years so far. [[User:Ignite168|Ignite168]] 01:25, 9 July 2006 (EDT)<br />
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*[[Combinatorics]] and [[Probability]] Topics Techiniques<br />
*[[Logic]] and [[Game Theory]] Topics<br />
*[[Functions]] and [[Functional Equations]] Topics<br />
*[[Number Theory]] Techinques and Topics -- well, we have a Number theory page...<br />
*[[Algebra]] Topics and Techniques<br />
*[[Inequalities]] and solving techniques<br />
*[[Geometry]] Topics<br />
*[[Arithmetic sequence]] needs work<br />
*Other sciences<br />
*Linking to ready made content, (Sato's NT packet, the geometry packet by Kedlaya or some name like that, mildorf and other's equality packets, Joe's factoring topic, the formulary, the inequality learning marathon in the forum, the mathematical idea's blog, etc)<br />
*Study plans and Problem sets<br />
*Especially problem sets<br />
*Instructive problem sets<br />
*A topic on why doing problems is the fastest way to learn<br />
* [[LaTeX]] page (very incomplete, could do with some explaining of latex, origins, and codes for useful things like \boxed or something)<br />
* Problem solving Strategies(chapter 2 of Zeitz)<br />
* Advanced techniques (Invariants, monovariants, symmetry, things like that)<br />
* ...<br />
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===Techiniques===<br />
Adding techniques frequently used in each discipline would be nice, like PIE, substituion for a new variable, solving equations by substituing in trigonometric expressions, etc.<br />
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===General Usage===<br />
*Adding contest problems to illustrate techniques<br />
*Learning to use the signature button in the editor<br />
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'''Add your message to THE TOP'''<br />
To answer my own question, see [[templates & categories]]. Now I have a new question: how do you box something in AoPSWiki? I have a long code that needs to be in a box, because the article would look much cleaner. Thanks! --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Sean]] 13:32, 27 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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How do you create a template? Is this something only admins can do? --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Sean]] 23:57, 23 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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OK, for definitions,should there be a category or a template or nothing?--[[User:Solafidefarms|solafidefarms]] 22:26, 23 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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you can add any problems you want, just give credit to the source. like <br />
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* ([[The Art and Craft of Problem Solving]]) Problem text here.<br />
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Solution<br />
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--[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 10:28, 22 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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are we allowed to add problems from problem books to the wiki? I notice people are adding AIME problems, whose books can we add problems from? I don't mean the whole thing or anything, just one or two problems at a time. --[[User:Agolsme|Agolsme]] 17:09, 21 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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Err, my bad. That was a typo... now I have to fix it in the article too... --[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 10:15, 19 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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@alvaro I linked up the general topics area, ok?<br />
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where are the pages of the general topics? must we create them? --[[User:alvaro|alvaro]] 11:25, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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Yes, the formula is now right. Joe changed it. It was off a bit before. --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 19:02, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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I like it, PenguinIntegral. Mysmartmouth, the formula is definitely right. --[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 18:20, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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I added some structure to this page. Feel free to comment.<br />
--[[User:PenguinIntegral|PenguinIntegral]] 18:08, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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Millenium problems would be a good topic; people are always asking about those problems. Also, can someone take a look at [[Vieta's formulas]]? I think the formula given is wrong. <br />
--[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 14:32, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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I just want to make a note that there is a better way to create a signature. If you look at the Wiki toolbar above, you see the second button from the right. It looks like a signature. Just hit that button at the end of your comment, and a signature, with timestamp, will be added. That is the widely accepted way to sign comments on Wikipedia, and it would be nice to have some kind of standard here as well. Just a suggestion. --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 11:09, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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I added a lot of info to the [[MathCounts]] page in my bid to become a moderator...<br />
--[[User:Treething|Treething]] 15:57, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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The Inequalities need skeleton pages set up. Can someone help my math parsing on the [[Power mean inequality]]? It is really messing up.<br />
-PenguinIntegral<br />
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The [[Polynomials]] page needs a skeleton too...<br />
-chess64<br />
What does everyone think of me using AIME problems to illistrate mathematical concepts like completing the square?<br />
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See [[Completing the square]]<br />
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Hey, I'm not sure exactly how to format this page...but I edited the completing the square page somewhat (btw there are some Latex problems that someone (not me) needs to fix), anyone else have feedback?<br />
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I like your idea of using sample problems, but I don't really understand what the sample problem you placed in the [[Completing the square]] page has to do with the topic...<br />
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-eryaman<br />
Yeah, it probably would have been nice if I explained how the solution uses adding/subtracting to factor, of which completing the square is a special case.<br />
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Someone smart should fix that.<br />
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Does anyone have ideas for new topics? I think we should split up the wiki like the USAMO problem subjects: Combo and Probability, Algebra and Polynomials, Functions, Inequalities, Geometry, and Number Theory. I think Adeel will basically write up the entire Algebra and NT sections in 5 nanoseconds, because he so good at it, so I'll look into starting a page on counting strategies.<br />
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Always use example problems; they really reinforce the material and prepare the reader for using them in a contest setting.<br />
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(Ok, I just made that up. But it feels good to start a fad)<br />
-PenguinIntegral<br />
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"I think Adeel will basically write up the entire Algebra and NT sections in 5 nanoseconds, because he so good at it..." uh actually no i'm not but i guess i'll work on it<br />
-chess64<br />
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Idea: Should the Wiki turn into an "example emporium"? We should wait for an Admin's go-ahead before starting... Also-Should we link to the [[Needed Pages]] on the home page?<br />
-IntrepidMath<br />
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Insanity is only exceptable within reason. We shouldn't put problems on every page, but as the AoPS books show, examples really help learning.<br />
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-PenguinIntegral<br />
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I'll start some Combinatorics pages/links, but how do you start a page?<br />
-quantum leap<br />
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search for the name of the article that you want to write [-chess64]<br />
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uh guys this is the "community portal" so i think these discussions should be in the "discussion" page of this (see the blue button at the top) and this page should be used for things like links to [[needed pages]]... should i go ahead and fix this?<br />
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-chess64<br />
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Um, there are two cauchy-schwarz inequality pages (depending on whether or not the "s" in schwarz is capitalized) :/ I guess they should be combined... -quantum leap</div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Principle_of_Inclusion-Exclusion&diff=6394Principle of Inclusion-Exclusion2006-07-08T19:41:37Z<p>Ignite168: moving introduction to the lead</p>
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<div>The '''Principle of Inclusion-Exclusion''' (abbreviated PIE) provides an organized method/formula to find the number of [[elements]] in the [[union]] of a given group of [[sets]], the size of each set, and the size of all possible intersections among the sets.<br />
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== Application ==<br />
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Here we will illustrate how PIE is applied with various amounts of sets.<br />
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=== Two Set Example ===<br />
Assume we are given the sizes of two sets, <math>|A_1|</math> and <math>|A_2|</math>, and the size of their [[intersection]], <math>|A_1\cap A_2|</math>. We wish to find the size of their union, <math>|A_1\cup A_2|</math>.<br />
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To find the union, we can add <math>|A_1|</math> and <math>|A_2|</math>. In doing so, we know we have counted everything in <math>|A_1\cup A_2|</math> at least once. However, some things were counted twice. The elements that were counted twice are precisely those in <math> {}A_1\cap A_2 </math>. Thus, we have that:<br />
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<center><math> |A_1 \cup A_2| = |A_1| + |A_2| - |A_1\cap A_2|. </math></center><br />
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=== Three Set Example ===<br />
Assume we are given the sizes of three sets, <math>|A_1|, |A_2|,{}</math> and <math>|A_3|</math>, the size of their pairwise intersections, <math>|A_1\cap A_2|, |A_2\cap A_3|</math>, and <math>|A_3\cap A_1|</math>, and the size their overall intersection, <math>|A_1\cap A_2\cap A_3|</math>. We wish to find the size of their union, <math>|A_1\cup A_2\cup A_3|</math>.<br />
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Just like in the Two Set Example, we start with the sum of the sizes of the individual sets <math>|A_1|+|A_2|+|A_3|</math>. We have counted the elements which are in exactly one of the original three sets once, but we've obviously counted other things twice, and even other things thrice! To account for the elements that are in two of the three sets, we first subtract out <math>|A_1\cap A_2|+|A_2\cap A_3| + |A_3\cap A_1|</math>. Now we have correctly accounted for them since we counted them twice originally, and just subtracted them out once. However, the elements that are in all three sets were originally counted three times, and then subtracted out three times. We have to add back in <math>|A_1\cap A_2\cap A_3|</math>. Putting this all together gives:<br />
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<center><math> |A_1\cup A_2\cup A_3| = |A_1| + |A_2| + |A_3| -|A_1\cap A_2| - |A_2\cap A_3| - |A_3\cap A_1| +|A_1\cap A_2\cap A_3|.</math></center><br />
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=== Five Set Example ===<br />
Problem:<br />
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There are five courses at my school. Students take the classes as follows.<br />
243 take algebra.<br />
323 take language arts.<br />
143 take scocial studies.<br />
241 take biology.<br />
300 take history.<br />
213 take algebra and language arts.<br />
264 take algebra and social studies.<br />
144 take algebra and biology.<br />
121 take algebra and history.<br />
111 take language arts and social studies.<br />
90 take language arts and biology.<br />
80 take language arts and history.<br />
60 take social studies and biology.<br />
70 take social studies and history.<br />
60 take biology and history.<br />
50 take algebra, language arts, and social studies.<br />
50 take algebra, language arts, and biology.<br />
50 take algebra, language arts, and history.<br />
50 take algebra, social studies, and biology.<br />
50 take algebra, social studies, and history.<br />
50 take algebra, biology, and history.<br />
50 take language arts, social studies, and biology.<br />
50 take language arts, social studies, and history.<br />
50 take language arts, biology, and history.<br />
50 take social studies, biology, and history.<br />
20 take algebra, language arts, social studies, and biology.<br />
15 take algebra, language arts, social studies, and history.<br />
15 take algebra, language arts, biology, and history.<br />
10 take algebra, social studies, biology, and history.<br />
10 take language arts, social studies, biology, and history.<br />
5 take all five.<br />
None take none. <br />
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How many people are in my school?<br />
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Solution:<br />
Let A be the subset of students who take algebra, L-languages, S-social s., B-biology, H-history, M the set of all students.We have:<br />
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<math><br />
\mid M\mid =\mid A\mid+\mid L\mid+\mid S\mid+\mid B\mid+\mid H\mid-\mid A\cap L\mid-\mid A\cap S\mid-\mid A\cap B\mid-\mid A\cap H\mid-\mid L\cap S\mid-\mid L\cap B \mid-\mid L\cap H\mid-\mid S\cap B\mid-\mid S\cap </math><br />
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<math><br />
H\mid-\mid B\cap H\mid+\mid A\cap L\cap S\mid+\mid A\cap L\cap B\mid+\mid A\cap L\cap H\mid+\mid A\cap S\cap B\mid+\mid A\cap S\cap H\mid+\mid A\cap B\cap H\mid+\mid L\cap S\mid H\mid+\mid L\cap S \cap B\mid+\mid S\cap B\cap <br />
</math><br />
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<math><br />
H\mid+\mid L \cap B\cap H\mid-\mid A\cap L\cap S\cap B\mid-\mid A\cap L\cap S\cap H\mid-\mid A\cap L\cap B\cap H\mid-\mid A\cap S\cap B\cap H\mid-\mid L\cap S\cap B\cap H\mid =<br />
</math><br />
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<math><br />
\displaystyle 243+323+143+241+300-213-264-144-121-111-90-80-60-70-60+50+50+50+50+50+50+50+50+50+50-20-15-15-10-10+5=472<br />
</math><br />
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== Statement ==<br />
If <math>(A_i)_{1\leq i\leq n}</math> are finite sets, then:<br />
<center><math> \left|\bigcup_{i=1}^n A_i\right|=\sum_{i=1}^n\left|A_i\right|<br />
-\sum_{i < j}\left|A_i\cap A_j\right| +\sum_{i<j<k}\left|A_i\cap A_j\cap A_k\right|-\cdots\ +(-1)^n \left|A_1\cap\cdots\cap A_n\right|{}. </math></center><br />
== Remark ==<br />
Sometimes it is also useful to know that, if you take into account only the first <math>m\le n</math> sums on the right, then you will get an overestimate if <math>m</math> is odd and an underestimate if <math>m</math> is even.<br />
So, <br />
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<math> \left|\bigcup_{i=1}^n A_i\right|\le \sum_{i=1}^n\left|A_i\right|</math>,<br />
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<math> \left|\bigcup_{i=1}^n A_i\right|\ge \sum_{i=1}^n\left|A_i\right|<br />
-\sum_{i < j}\left|A_i\cap A_j\right| </math>,<br />
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<math> \left|\bigcup_{i=1}^n A_i\right|\le \sum_{i=1}^n\left|A_i\right|<br />
-\sum_{i < j}\left|A_i\cap A_j\right| +\sum_{i<j<k}\left|A_i\cap A_j\cap A_k\right| </math>,<br />
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and so on.<br />
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== Examples ==<br />
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* http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/viewtopic?t=83102<br />
* http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/viewtopic?t=61283<br />
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* [http://mathideas.org/problems/2006/6/5.pdf Counting Divisors with PIE!]<br />
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== See also ==<br />
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* [[Combinatorics]]<br />
* [[Overcounting]]</div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Conditional&diff=6375Conditional2006-07-08T00:13:06Z<p>Ignite168: adding see also</p>
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<div>A conditional is used in [[logic]] for two statements. When the statements are represented by [[variable|variables]], the variables usually are p, q, and so forth. An arrow represents the conditional. An arrow with one shaft and two shafts are both widely used. An example of a conditional using p and q would be denoted <math>p \rightarrow q</math> or <math> p \Rightarrow q</math> and read "if p, then q." The first statement, p, is called the [[antecedent]] while the second statement, q, is called the [[consequent]]. A conditional is considered true when the antecedent and consequent are both true or if the antecedent is false. When the antecedent is false, the [[truth value]] of the consequent does not matter; the conditional will always be true. A conditional is considered false when the antecedent is true and the consequent is false. Below, the truth values of the conditional for all possibilities of the antecedent and consequent being true or false are represented in a [[truth table]].<br />
{| <br />
|+ Truth table for a conditional<br />
!width="50"|''P''<br />
!width="50"|''Q''<br />
!width="75"|''P'' ⇒ ''Q''<br />
|- align="center"<br />
| T || T || T<br />
|- align="center"<br />
| T || F || F<br />
|- align="center"<br />
| F || T || T<br />
|- align="center"<br />
| F || F || T<br />
|}<br />
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== See Also ==<br />
*[[Converse]]<br />
*[[Contrapositive]]<br />
*[[Inverse]]</div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Variable&diff=6374Variable2006-07-08T00:10:49Z<p>Ignite168: /* Definition */ i is not usually used as a variable, p and q are</p>
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<div>== Definition ==<br />
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A '''variable''' does not have a set value. Its value can change, and a '''variable''' is used to represent unknowns in equations.<br />
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Any symbol may be used as a variable, but the most common variables are x, y, z, n, a, b, c, p, and q.<br />
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== Examples ==<br />
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What plus 7 is 10?<br />
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Write an equation that uses a '''variable''' to represent the part that is unknown.<br />
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<math>\displaystyle7+n=10</math></div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=AoPS_Wiki:Discussion&diff=6373AoPS Wiki:Discussion2006-07-08T00:09:01Z<p>Ignite168: /* Adding AMC Problems and Solutions! */</p>
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[[Function]] really needs work. It's about 1/3rd written, and about 1/3rd of that is properly latexed. --[[User:Solafidefarms|solafidefarms]] 16:46, 22 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<Advertise your wikipage here><br />
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=Things to do=<br />
Please add more to the list below<br />
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== Adding AMC Problems and Solutions! ==<br />
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Every member can contribute to this no matter what kind of math knowledge they have. This is also very important to the amount of information on the Wiki. Please go to the Contests Page and copy problems from the competitions to the pages they are missing from. (see below) If you have more time, please add a solution to the pages that are missing solutions. (also see below)<br />
<br />
*2006<br />
**Missing Problems<br />
***2006 AMC 10B Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12A Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12B Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 USAMO Problems 1-6<br />
***2006 TST Problems 1-6<br />
**Missing Solutions<br />
***2006 AMC 10A Solutions 7-25<br />
***2006 AMC 10B Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12A Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12B Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AIME I Solutions 4, 7-11, 13-15<br />
***2006 AIME II Solutions 1-15<br />
***2006 USAMO Solutions 1-6<br />
***2006 TST Solutions 1-6<br />
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Thanks! [[User:Ignite168|Ignite168]] 20:06, 7 July 2006 (EDT)<br />
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Please help find articles about Art of Problem Solving Members and place [[Template:AoPSMember]] on the talk page of that article. Before you use this template though, please first read the usage instructions [[Template:AoPSMember#How_to_use_this_template|here]]. [[User:Ignite168|Ignite168]] 00:36, 1 July 2006 (EDT)<br />
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== Convention for naming articles ==<br />
It's important that we set this standard now, otherwise, there's going to be a lot of cleaning up to do, not only in terms of admins moving pages, but also in terms of cleaning up links to those articles. Please see the stick post in the AoPSWiki forum about this! Chime in with your opinion. See [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?t=97741 this forum post] for details.<br />
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== other ==<br />
This page renders [[needed pages]] obsolete. Please copy content over and delete that page.<br />
<br />
Patrons:Don't edit other's wiki profiles!<br />
Admins:Please change the access restrictions on user's pages<br />
===General Topics===<br />
*[[Combinatorics]] and [[Probability]] Topics Techiniques<br />
*[[Logic]] and [[Game Theory]] Topics<br />
*[[Functions]] and [[Functional Equations]] Topics<br />
*[[Number Theory]] Techinques and Topics -- well, we have a Number theory page...<br />
*[[Algebra]] Topics and Techniques<br />
*[[Inequalities]] and solving techniques<br />
*[[Geometry]] Topics<br />
*[[Arithmetic sequence]] needs work<br />
*Other sciences<br />
*Linking to ready made content, (Sato's NT packet, the geometry packet by Kedlaya or some name like that, mildorf and other's equality packets, Joe's factoring topic, the formulary, the inequality learning marathon in the forum, the mathematical idea's blog, etc)<br />
*Study plans and Problem sets<br />
*Especially problem sets<br />
*Instructive problem sets<br />
*A topic on why doing problems is the fastest way to learn<br />
* [[LaTeX]] page (very incomplete, could do with some explaining of latex, origins, and codes for useful things like \boxed or something)<br />
* Problem solving Strategies(chapter 2 of Zeitz)<br />
* Advanced techniques (Invariants, monovariants, symmetry, things like that)<br />
* ...<br />
<br />
===Techiniques===<br />
Adding techniques frequently used in each discipline would be nice, like PIE, substituion for a new variable, solving equations by substituing in trigonometric expressions, etc.<br />
<br />
===General Usage===<br />
*Adding contest problems to illustrate techniques<br />
*Learning to use the signature button in the editor<br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==Wiki-wide discussion board==<br />
<br />
'''Add your message to THE TOP'''<br />
To answer my own question, see [[templates & categories]]. Now I have a new question: how do you box something in AoPSWiki? I have a long code that needs to be in a box, because the article would look much cleaner. Thanks! --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Sean]] 13:32, 27 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
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How do you create a template? Is this something only admins can do? --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Sean]] 23:57, 23 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
OK, for definitions,should there be a category or a template or nothing?--[[User:Solafidefarms|solafidefarms]] 22:26, 23 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
you can add any problems you want, just give credit to the source. like <br />
<br />
* ([[The Art and Craft of Problem Solving]]) Problem text here.<br />
<br />
Solution<br />
<br />
--[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 10:28, 22 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
are we allowed to add problems from problem books to the wiki? I notice people are adding AIME problems, whose books can we add problems from? I don't mean the whole thing or anything, just one or two problems at a time. --[[User:Agolsme|Agolsme]] 17:09, 21 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
Err, my bad. That was a typo... now I have to fix it in the article too... --[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 10:15, 19 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
@alvaro I linked up the general topics area, ok?<br />
<br />
where are the pages of the general topics? must we create them? --[[User:alvaro|alvaro]] 11:25, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
Yes, the formula is now right. Joe changed it. It was off a bit before. --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 19:02, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
I like it, PenguinIntegral. Mysmartmouth, the formula is definitely right. --[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 18:20, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
I added some structure to this page. Feel free to comment.<br />
--[[User:PenguinIntegral|PenguinIntegral]] 18:08, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
Millenium problems would be a good topic; people are always asking about those problems. Also, can someone take a look at [[Vieta's formulas]]? I think the formula given is wrong. <br />
--[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 14:32, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
I just want to make a note that there is a better way to create a signature. If you look at the Wiki toolbar above, you see the second button from the right. It looks like a signature. Just hit that button at the end of your comment, and a signature, with timestamp, will be added. That is the widely accepted way to sign comments on Wikipedia, and it would be nice to have some kind of standard here as well. Just a suggestion. --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 11:09, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
<br />
I added a lot of info to the [[MathCounts]] page in my bid to become a moderator...<br />
--[[User:Treething|Treething]] 15:57, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
<br />
The Inequalities need skeleton pages set up. Can someone help my math parsing on the [[Power mean inequality]]? It is really messing up.<br />
-PenguinIntegral<br />
<br />
The [[Polynomials]] page needs a skeleton too...<br />
-chess64<br />
What does everyone think of me using AIME problems to illistrate mathematical concepts like completing the square?<br />
<br />
See [[Completing the square]]<br />
<br />
Hey, I'm not sure exactly how to format this page...but I edited the completing the square page somewhat (btw there are some Latex problems that someone (not me) needs to fix), anyone else have feedback?<br />
<br />
<br />
I like your idea of using sample problems, but I don't really understand what the sample problem you placed in the [[Completing the square]] page has to do with the topic...<br />
<br />
-eryaman<br />
Yeah, it probably would have been nice if I explained how the solution uses adding/subtracting to factor, of which completing the square is a special case.<br />
<br />
Someone smart should fix that.<br />
<br />
Does anyone have ideas for new topics? I think we should split up the wiki like the USAMO problem subjects: Combo and Probability, Algebra and Polynomials, Functions, Inequalities, Geometry, and Number Theory. I think Adeel will basically write up the entire Algebra and NT sections in 5 nanoseconds, because he so good at it, so I'll look into starting a page on counting strategies.<br />
<br />
Always use example problems; they really reinforce the material and prepare the reader for using them in a contest setting.<br />
<br />
(Ok, I just made that up. But it feels good to start a fad)<br />
-PenguinIntegral<br />
<br />
"I think Adeel will basically write up the entire Algebra and NT sections in 5 nanoseconds, because he so good at it..." uh actually no i'm not but i guess i'll work on it<br />
-chess64<br />
<br />
<br />
Idea: Should the Wiki turn into an "example emporium"? We should wait for an Admin's go-ahead before starting... Also-Should we link to the [[Needed Pages]] on the home page?<br />
-IntrepidMath<br />
<br />
Insanity is only exceptable within reason. We shouldn't put problems on every page, but as the AoPS books show, examples really help learning.<br />
<br />
<br />
-PenguinIntegral<br />
<br />
I'll start some Combinatorics pages/links, but how do you start a page?<br />
-quantum leap<br />
<br />
search for the name of the article that you want to write [-chess64]<br />
<br />
uh guys this is the "community portal" so i think these discussions should be in the "discussion" page of this (see the blue button at the top) and this page should be used for things like links to [[needed pages]]... should i go ahead and fix this?<br />
<br />
-chess64<br />
<br />
Um, there are two cauchy-schwarz inequality pages (depending on whether or not the "s" in schwarz is capitalized) :/ I guess they should be combined... -quantum leap</div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=2006_USA_TST&diff=63722006 USA TST2006-07-08T00:08:17Z<p>Ignite168: </p>
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<div>'''2006 TST''' problems and solutions. The first link contains the full set of test problems. The rest contain each individual problem and its solution. <br />
<br />
*[[2006 TST Problems]]<br />
*[[2006 TST Problems/Problem 1]]<br />
*[[2006 TST Problems/Problem 2]]<br />
*[[2006 TST Problems/Problem 3]]<br />
*[[2006 TST Problems/Problem 4]]<br />
*[[2006 TST Problems/Problem 5]]<br />
*[[2006 TST Problems/Problem 6]]</div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=AoPS_Wiki:Discussion&diff=6371AoPS Wiki:Discussion2006-07-08T00:07:13Z<p>Ignite168: /* Adding AMC Problems and Solutions! */</p>
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[[Function]] really needs work. It's about 1/3rd written, and about 1/3rd of that is properly latexed. --[[User:Solafidefarms|solafidefarms]] 16:46, 22 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<Advertise your wikipage here><br />
<br />
=Things to do=<br />
Please add more to the list below<br />
<br />
== Adding AMC Problems and Solutions! ==<br />
<br />
Every member can contribute to this no matter what kind of math knowledge they have. This is also very important to the amount of information on the Wiki. Please go to the Contests Page and copy problems from the competitions to the pages they are missing from. (see below) If you have more time, please add a solution to the pages that are missing solutions. (also see below)<br />
<br />
*2006<br />
**Missing Problems<br />
***2006 AMC 10B Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12A Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12B Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 USAMO Problems 1-6<br />
**Missing Solutions<br />
***2006 AMC 10A Solutions 7-25<br />
***2006 AMC 10B Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12A Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12B Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AIME I Solutions 4, 7-11, 13-15<br />
***2006 AIME II Solutions 1-15<br />
***2006 USAMO Solutions 1-6<br />
<br />
Thanks! [[User:Ignite168|Ignite168]] 20:06, 7 July 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
== Find Articles about AoPS Members ==<br />
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Please help find articles about Art of Problem Solving Members and place [[Template:AoPSMember]] on the talk page of that article. Before you use this template though, please first read the usage instructions [[Template:AoPSMember#How_to_use_this_template|here]]. [[User:Ignite168|Ignite168]] 00:36, 1 July 2006 (EDT)<br />
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== Convention for naming articles ==<br />
It's important that we set this standard now, otherwise, there's going to be a lot of cleaning up to do, not only in terms of admins moving pages, but also in terms of cleaning up links to those articles. Please see the stick post in the AoPSWiki forum about this! Chime in with your opinion. See [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?t=97741 this forum post] for details.<br />
<br />
== other ==<br />
This page renders [[needed pages]] obsolete. Please copy content over and delete that page.<br />
<br />
Patrons:Don't edit other's wiki profiles!<br />
Admins:Please change the access restrictions on user's pages<br />
===General Topics===<br />
*[[Combinatorics]] and [[Probability]] Topics Techiniques<br />
*[[Logic]] and [[Game Theory]] Topics<br />
*[[Functions]] and [[Functional Equations]] Topics<br />
*[[Number Theory]] Techinques and Topics -- well, we have a Number theory page...<br />
*[[Algebra]] Topics and Techniques<br />
*[[Inequalities]] and solving techniques<br />
*[[Geometry]] Topics<br />
*[[Arithmetic sequence]] needs work<br />
*Other sciences<br />
*Linking to ready made content, (Sato's NT packet, the geometry packet by Kedlaya or some name like that, mildorf and other's equality packets, Joe's factoring topic, the formulary, the inequality learning marathon in the forum, the mathematical idea's blog, etc)<br />
*Study plans and Problem sets<br />
*Especially problem sets<br />
*Instructive problem sets<br />
*A topic on why doing problems is the fastest way to learn<br />
* [[LaTeX]] page (very incomplete, could do with some explaining of latex, origins, and codes for useful things like \boxed or something)<br />
* Problem solving Strategies(chapter 2 of Zeitz)<br />
* Advanced techniques (Invariants, monovariants, symmetry, things like that)<br />
* ...<br />
<br />
===Techiniques===<br />
Adding techniques frequently used in each discipline would be nice, like PIE, substituion for a new variable, solving equations by substituing in trigonometric expressions, etc.<br />
<br />
===General Usage===<br />
*Adding contest problems to illustrate techniques<br />
*Learning to use the signature button in the editor<br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==Wiki-wide discussion board==<br />
<br />
'''Add your message to THE TOP'''<br />
To answer my own question, see [[templates & categories]]. Now I have a new question: how do you box something in AoPSWiki? I have a long code that needs to be in a box, because the article would look much cleaner. Thanks! --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Sean]] 13:32, 27 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
How do you create a template? Is this something only admins can do? --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Sean]] 23:57, 23 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
OK, for definitions,should there be a category or a template or nothing?--[[User:Solafidefarms|solafidefarms]] 22:26, 23 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
you can add any problems you want, just give credit to the source. like <br />
<br />
* ([[The Art and Craft of Problem Solving]]) Problem text here.<br />
<br />
Solution<br />
<br />
--[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 10:28, 22 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
are we allowed to add problems from problem books to the wiki? I notice people are adding AIME problems, whose books can we add problems from? I don't mean the whole thing or anything, just one or two problems at a time. --[[User:Agolsme|Agolsme]] 17:09, 21 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
Err, my bad. That was a typo... now I have to fix it in the article too... --[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 10:15, 19 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
@alvaro I linked up the general topics area, ok?<br />
<br />
where are the pages of the general topics? must we create them? --[[User:alvaro|alvaro]] 11:25, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
Yes, the formula is now right. Joe changed it. It was off a bit before. --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 19:02, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
I like it, PenguinIntegral. Mysmartmouth, the formula is definitely right. --[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 18:20, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
I added some structure to this page. Feel free to comment.<br />
--[[User:PenguinIntegral|PenguinIntegral]] 18:08, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
Millenium problems would be a good topic; people are always asking about those problems. Also, can someone take a look at [[Vieta's formulas]]? I think the formula given is wrong. <br />
--[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 14:32, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
I just want to make a note that there is a better way to create a signature. If you look at the Wiki toolbar above, you see the second button from the right. It looks like a signature. Just hit that button at the end of your comment, and a signature, with timestamp, will be added. That is the widely accepted way to sign comments on Wikipedia, and it would be nice to have some kind of standard here as well. Just a suggestion. --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 11:09, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
<br />
I added a lot of info to the [[MathCounts]] page in my bid to become a moderator...<br />
--[[User:Treething|Treething]] 15:57, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
<br />
The Inequalities need skeleton pages set up. Can someone help my math parsing on the [[Power mean inequality]]? It is really messing up.<br />
-PenguinIntegral<br />
<br />
The [[Polynomials]] page needs a skeleton too...<br />
-chess64<br />
What does everyone think of me using AIME problems to illistrate mathematical concepts like completing the square?<br />
<br />
See [[Completing the square]]<br />
<br />
Hey, I'm not sure exactly how to format this page...but I edited the completing the square page somewhat (btw there are some Latex problems that someone (not me) needs to fix), anyone else have feedback?<br />
<br />
<br />
I like your idea of using sample problems, but I don't really understand what the sample problem you placed in the [[Completing the square]] page has to do with the topic...<br />
<br />
-eryaman<br />
Yeah, it probably would have been nice if I explained how the solution uses adding/subtracting to factor, of which completing the square is a special case.<br />
<br />
Someone smart should fix that.<br />
<br />
Does anyone have ideas for new topics? I think we should split up the wiki like the USAMO problem subjects: Combo and Probability, Algebra and Polynomials, Functions, Inequalities, Geometry, and Number Theory. I think Adeel will basically write up the entire Algebra and NT sections in 5 nanoseconds, because he so good at it, so I'll look into starting a page on counting strategies.<br />
<br />
Always use example problems; they really reinforce the material and prepare the reader for using them in a contest setting.<br />
<br />
(Ok, I just made that up. But it feels good to start a fad)<br />
-PenguinIntegral<br />
<br />
"I think Adeel will basically write up the entire Algebra and NT sections in 5 nanoseconds, because he so good at it..." uh actually no i'm not but i guess i'll work on it<br />
-chess64<br />
<br />
<br />
Idea: Should the Wiki turn into an "example emporium"? We should wait for an Admin's go-ahead before starting... Also-Should we link to the [[Needed Pages]] on the home page?<br />
-IntrepidMath<br />
<br />
Insanity is only exceptable within reason. We shouldn't put problems on every page, but as the AoPS books show, examples really help learning.<br />
<br />
<br />
-PenguinIntegral<br />
<br />
I'll start some Combinatorics pages/links, but how do you start a page?<br />
-quantum leap<br />
<br />
search for the name of the article that you want to write [-chess64]<br />
<br />
uh guys this is the "community portal" so i think these discussions should be in the "discussion" page of this (see the blue button at the top) and this page should be used for things like links to [[needed pages]]... should i go ahead and fix this?<br />
<br />
-chess64<br />
<br />
Um, there are two cauchy-schwarz inequality pages (depending on whether or not the "s" in schwarz is capitalized) :/ I guess they should be combined... -quantum leap</div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=AoPS_Wiki:Discussion&diff=6370AoPS Wiki:Discussion2006-07-08T00:06:47Z<p>Ignite168: /* Things to do */ signing and fixing bullets</p>
<hr />
<div>=Pages to start off with=<br />
[[Function]] really needs work. It's about 1/3rd written, and about 1/3rd of that is properly latexed. --[[User:Solafidefarms|solafidefarms]] 16:46, 22 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<Advertise your wikipage here><br />
<br />
=Things to do=<br />
Please add more to the list below<br />
<br />
== Adding AMC Problems and Solutions! ==<br />
<br />
Every member can contribute to this no matter what kind of math knowledge they have. This is also very important to the amount of information on the Wiki. Please go to the Contests Page and copy problems from the competitions to the pages they are missing from. (see below) If you have more time, please add a solution to the pages that are missing solutions. (also see below)<br />
<br />
*2006<br />
**Missing Problems<br />
***2006 AMC 10B Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12A Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12B Problems 1-25<br />
***2006 USAMO Problems 1-6<br />
<br />
**Missing Solutions<br />
***2006 AMC 10A Solutions 7-25<br />
***2006 AMC 10B Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12A Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AMC 12B Solutions 1-25<br />
***2006 AIME I Solutions 4, 7-11, 13-15<br />
***2006 AIME II Solutions 1-15<br />
***2006 USAMO Solutions 1-6<br />
<br />
Thanks! [[User:Ignite168|Ignite168]] 20:06, 7 July 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
== Find Articles about AoPS Members ==<br />
<br />
Please help find articles about Art of Problem Solving Members and place [[Template:AoPSMember]] on the talk page of that article. Before you use this template though, please first read the usage instructions [[Template:AoPSMember#How_to_use_this_template|here]]. [[User:Ignite168|Ignite168]] 00:36, 1 July 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
== Convention for naming articles ==<br />
It's important that we set this standard now, otherwise, there's going to be a lot of cleaning up to do, not only in terms of admins moving pages, but also in terms of cleaning up links to those articles. Please see the stick post in the AoPSWiki forum about this! Chime in with your opinion. See [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?t=97741 this forum post] for details.<br />
<br />
== other ==<br />
This page renders [[needed pages]] obsolete. Please copy content over and delete that page.<br />
<br />
Patrons:Don't edit other's wiki profiles!<br />
Admins:Please change the access restrictions on user's pages<br />
===General Topics===<br />
*[[Combinatorics]] and [[Probability]] Topics Techiniques<br />
*[[Logic]] and [[Game Theory]] Topics<br />
*[[Functions]] and [[Functional Equations]] Topics<br />
*[[Number Theory]] Techinques and Topics -- well, we have a Number theory page...<br />
*[[Algebra]] Topics and Techniques<br />
*[[Inequalities]] and solving techniques<br />
*[[Geometry]] Topics<br />
*[[Arithmetic sequence]] needs work<br />
*Other sciences<br />
*Linking to ready made content, (Sato's NT packet, the geometry packet by Kedlaya or some name like that, mildorf and other's equality packets, Joe's factoring topic, the formulary, the inequality learning marathon in the forum, the mathematical idea's blog, etc)<br />
*Study plans and Problem sets<br />
*Especially problem sets<br />
*Instructive problem sets<br />
*A topic on why doing problems is the fastest way to learn<br />
* [[LaTeX]] page (very incomplete, could do with some explaining of latex, origins, and codes for useful things like \boxed or something)<br />
* Problem solving Strategies(chapter 2 of Zeitz)<br />
* Advanced techniques (Invariants, monovariants, symmetry, things like that)<br />
* ...<br />
<br />
===Techiniques===<br />
Adding techniques frequently used in each discipline would be nice, like PIE, substituion for a new variable, solving equations by substituing in trigonometric expressions, etc.<br />
<br />
===General Usage===<br />
*Adding contest problems to illustrate techniques<br />
*Learning to use the signature button in the editor<br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
==Wiki-wide discussion board==<br />
<br />
'''Add your message to THE TOP'''<br />
To answer my own question, see [[templates & categories]]. Now I have a new question: how do you box something in AoPSWiki? I have a long code that needs to be in a box, because the article would look much cleaner. Thanks! --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Sean]] 13:32, 27 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
How do you create a template? Is this something only admins can do? --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Sean]] 23:57, 23 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
OK, for definitions,should there be a category or a template or nothing?--[[User:Solafidefarms|solafidefarms]] 22:26, 23 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
you can add any problems you want, just give credit to the source. like <br />
<br />
* ([[The Art and Craft of Problem Solving]]) Problem text here.<br />
<br />
Solution<br />
<br />
--[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 10:28, 22 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
are we allowed to add problems from problem books to the wiki? I notice people are adding AIME problems, whose books can we add problems from? I don't mean the whole thing or anything, just one or two problems at a time. --[[User:Agolsme|Agolsme]] 17:09, 21 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
Err, my bad. That was a typo... now I have to fix it in the article too... --[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 10:15, 19 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
@alvaro I linked up the general topics area, ok?<br />
<br />
where are the pages of the general topics? must we create them? --[[User:alvaro|alvaro]] 11:25, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
Yes, the formula is now right. Joe changed it. It was off a bit before. --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 19:02, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
I like it, PenguinIntegral. Mysmartmouth, the formula is definitely right. --[[User:Chess64|Chess64]] 18:20, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
I added some structure to this page. Feel free to comment.<br />
--[[User:PenguinIntegral|PenguinIntegral]] 18:08, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
Millenium problems would be a good topic; people are always asking about those problems. Also, can someone take a look at [[Vieta's formulas]]? I think the formula given is wrong. <br />
--[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 14:32, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
I just want to make a note that there is a better way to create a signature. If you look at the Wiki toolbar above, you see the second button from the right. It looks like a signature. Just hit that button at the end of your comment, and a signature, with timestamp, will be added. That is the widely accepted way to sign comments on Wikipedia, and it would be nice to have some kind of standard here as well. Just a suggestion. --[[User:Mysmartmouth|Mysmartmouth]] 11:09, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
<br />
I added a lot of info to the [[MathCounts]] page in my bid to become a moderator...<br />
--[[User:Treething|Treething]] 15:57, 18 June 2006 (EDT)<br />
<br />
<br />
The Inequalities need skeleton pages set up. Can someone help my math parsing on the [[Power mean inequality]]? It is really messing up.<br />
-PenguinIntegral<br />
<br />
The [[Polynomials]] page needs a skeleton too...<br />
-chess64<br />
What does everyone think of me using AIME problems to illistrate mathematical concepts like completing the square?<br />
<br />
See [[Completing the square]]<br />
<br />
Hey, I'm not sure exactly how to format this page...but I edited the completing the square page somewhat (btw there are some Latex problems that someone (not me) needs to fix), anyone else have feedback?<br />
<br />
<br />
I like your idea of using sample problems, but I don't really understand what the sample problem you placed in the [[Completing the square]] page has to do with the topic...<br />
<br />
-eryaman<br />
Yeah, it probably would have been nice if I explained how the solution uses adding/subtracting to factor, of which completing the square is a special case.<br />
<br />
Someone smart should fix that.<br />
<br />
Does anyone have ideas for new topics? I think we should split up the wiki like the USAMO problem subjects: Combo and Probability, Algebra and Polynomials, Functions, Inequalities, Geometry, and Number Theory. I think Adeel will basically write up the entire Algebra and NT sections in 5 nanoseconds, because he so good at it, so I'll look into starting a page on counting strategies.<br />
<br />
Always use example problems; they really reinforce the material and prepare the reader for using them in a contest setting.<br />
<br />
(Ok, I just made that up. But it feels good to start a fad)<br />
-PenguinIntegral<br />
<br />
"I think Adeel will basically write up the entire Algebra and NT sections in 5 nanoseconds, because he so good at it..." uh actually no i'm not but i guess i'll work on it<br />
-chess64<br />
<br />
<br />
Idea: Should the Wiki turn into an "example emporium"? We should wait for an Admin's go-ahead before starting... Also-Should we link to the [[Needed Pages]] on the home page?<br />
-IntrepidMath<br />
<br />
Insanity is only exceptable within reason. We shouldn't put problems on every page, but as the AoPS books show, examples really help learning.<br />
<br />
<br />
-PenguinIntegral<br />
<br />
I'll start some Combinatorics pages/links, but how do you start a page?<br />
-quantum leap<br />
<br />
search for the name of the article that you want to write [-chess64]<br />
<br />
uh guys this is the "community portal" so i think these discussions should be in the "discussion" page of this (see the blue button at the top) and this page should be used for things like links to [[needed pages]]... should i go ahead and fix this?<br />
<br />
-chess64<br />
<br />
Um, there are two cauchy-schwarz inequality pages (depending on whether or not the "s" in schwarz is capitalized) :/ I guess they should be combined... -quantum leap</div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=2006_USAMO&diff=63692006 USAMO2006-07-08T00:03:42Z<p>Ignite168: Changing links to subpages</p>
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<div>'''2006 USAMO''' problems and solutions. The first link contains the full set of test problems. The rest contain each individual problem and its solution. <br />
*[[2006 USAMO Problems]]<br />
*[[2006 USAMO Problems/Problem 1]]<br />
*[[2006 USAMO Problems/Problem 2]]<br />
*[[2006 USAMO Problems/Problem 3]]<br />
*[[2006 USAMO Problems/Problem 4]]<br />
*[[2006 USAMO Problems/Problem 5]]<br />
*[[2006 USAMO Problems/Problem 6]]</div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=2006_AMC_10B&diff=63682006 AMC 10B2006-07-07T23:57:34Z<p>Ignite168: changing links to subpages</p>
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<div>'''2006 AMC 10B''' problems and solutions. The first link contains the full set of test problems. The rest contain each individual problem and its solution.<br />
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* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 1]] <br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 2]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 3]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 4]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 5]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 6]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 7]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 8]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 9]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 10]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 11]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 12]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 13]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 14]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 15]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 16]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 17]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 18]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 19]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 20]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 21]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 22]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 23]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 24]]<br />
* [[2006 AMC 10B Problems/Problem 25]]<br />
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* [[AMC 10]]<br />
* [[AMC 10 Problems and Solutions]]<br />
* [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Community/AoPS_Y_MJ_Transcripts.php?mj_id=143 2006 AMC 10B Math Jam Transcript]<br />
* [[Mathematics competition resources]]</div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=2006_AMC_12B_Problems/Problem_25&diff=63662006 AMC 12B Problems/Problem 252006-07-07T23:55:34Z<p>Ignite168: 2006 AMC 12B Problem 25 moved to 2006 AMC 12B Problems/Problem 25</p>
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<div>#REDIRECT [[2006 AMC 12B Problems/Problem 25]]</div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=2006_AMC_12B_Problems/Problem_24&diff=63642006 AMC 12B Problems/Problem 242006-07-07T23:55:32Z<p>Ignite168: 2006 AMC 12B Problem 24 moved to 2006 AMC 12B Problems/Problem 24</p>
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<div>#REDIRECT [[2006 AMC 12B Problems/Problem 23]]</div>Ignite168https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=2006_AMC_12B_Problems/Problem_22&diff=63602006 AMC 12B Problems/Problem 222006-07-07T23:55:26Z<p>Ignite168: 2006 AMC 12B Problem 22 moved to 2006 AMC 12B Problems/Problem 22</p>
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