https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/api.php?action=feedcontributions&user=Robotseman&feedformat=atomAoPS Wiki - User contributions [en]2022-05-22T21:01:27ZUser contributionsMediaWiki 1.31.1https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=For_The_Win_beta&diff=141563For The Win beta2021-01-06T01:37:52Z<p>Robotseman: </p>
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<div>AoPS For the Win beta is a game on AoPS that functions almost like the old [[For The Win]]. It was made in response to the deactivation of Adobe Flash player which was required on the old FTW. For the win beta will not include countdown rounds and a chat box but there are some new features. <br />
Here are some of them:<br />
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1.A new interface and an upgraded design.<br />
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2.Updated ranking systems that will have brand-new rank icons.<br />
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3.Everyone will start with the same rating.<br />
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For The Win beta was released on January 4, 2021.<br />
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Chat and countdown may possibly be added later on but it will be a while before that will happen.<br />
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Start testing FTW beta [https://artofproblemsolving.com/ftw here]. You may also report any bugs [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c10h2404599_official_ftw_beta_bug_reports here]. Note you have to be a user on AoPS to report a bug.</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=For_The_Win_beta&diff=141562For The Win beta2021-01-06T01:37:30Z<p>Robotseman: </p>
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<div>AoPS For the Win beta is a game on AoPS that functions almost like the old [[For The Win]]. It was made in response to the deactivation of Adobe Flash player which was required on the old FTW. For the win beta will not include countdown rounds and a chat box but there are some new features. <br />
Here are some of them:<br />
<br />
1.A new interface and an upgraded design.<br />
<br />
2.Updated ranking systems that will have brand-new rank icons.<br />
<br />
3.Everyone will start with the same rating.<br />
<br />
For The Win beta was released on January 4, 2021.<br />
<br />
Chat and countdown may possibly be added later on but it will be a while before that will happen.<br />
<br />
Start playing FTW beta [https://artofproblemsolving.com/ftw here]. You may also report any bugs [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c10h2404599_official_ftw_beta_bug_reports here]. Note you have to be a user on AoPS to report a bug.</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=For_The_Win_beta&diff=141503For The Win beta2021-01-04T20:19:43Z<p>Robotseman: </p>
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<div>AoPS For the Win beta is a game on AoPS that functions almost like the old [[For The Win]]. It was made in response to the deactivation of Adobe Flash player which was required on the old FTW. For the win beta will not include countdown rounds and a chat box but there are some new features. <br />
Here are some of them:<br />
<br />
1.A new interface and an upgraded design.<br />
<br />
2.Updated ranking systems that will have brand-new rank icons.<br />
<br />
3.Everyone will start with the same rating.<br />
<br />
For The Win beta was released on January 4, 2021.<br />
<br />
Chat and countdown may possibly be added later on but it will be a while before that will happen.</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=For_The_Win_beta&diff=141473For The Win beta2021-01-04T02:57:35Z<p>Robotseman: Added more details on release date</p>
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<div>AoPS For the Win beta is a game on AoPS that functions almost like the old [[For The Win]]. It was made in response to the deactivation of Adobe Flash player which was required on the old FTW. For the win beta will not include countdown rounds and a chat box but there are some new features. <br />
Here are some of them:<br />
<br />
1.A new interface and an upgraded design.<br />
<br />
2.Updated ranking systems that will have brand-new rank icons.<br />
<br />
3.Everyone will start with the same rating.<br />
<br />
For The Win beta is planned to be released on January 4, 2021 however it is also likely that it will be delayed due to unforeseen bugs in the program. <br />
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Chat and countdown may possibly be added later on but it will be a while before that will happen.</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=For_The_Win_beta&diff=141331For The Win beta2021-01-02T19:30:36Z<p>Robotseman: Added more details about chat and countdowns</p>
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<div>AoPS For the Win beta is a game on AoPS that functions almost like the old [[For The Win]]. It was made in response to the deactivation of Adobe Flash player which was required on the old FTW. For the win beta will not include countdown rounds and a chat box but there are some new features. <br />
Here are some of them:<br />
<br />
1.A new interface and an upgraded design.<br />
<br />
2.Updated ranking systems that will have brand-new rank icons.<br />
<br />
3.Everyone will start with the same rating.<br />
<br />
For The Win beta is planned to be released on January 4, 2021.<br />
<br />
Chat and countdown may possibly be added later on but it will be a while before that will happen.</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=For_The_Win_beta&diff=141282For The Win beta2021-01-02T00:17:12Z<p>Robotseman: Added the release day for FTW beta</p>
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<div>AoPS For the Win beta is a game on AoPS that functions almost like the old [[For The Win]]. It was made in response to the deactivation of Adobe Flash player which was required on the old FTW. For the win beta will not include countdown rounds and a chat box but there are some new features. <br />
Here are some of them:<br />
<br />
1.A new interface and an upgraded design.<br />
<br />
2.Updated ranking systems that will have brand-new rank icons.<br />
<br />
3.Everyone will start with the same rating.<br />
<br />
For The Win beta is planned to be released on January 4, 2021.</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=For_The_Win&diff=141264For The Win2021-01-01T17:45:05Z<p>Robotseman: added that this FTW has been deactivated</p>
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<div>AoPS For The Win! (FTW) is a fun way to practice your math skills while competing with other players. There are two types of games, the normal game where you can compete against many players and the Countdown game, which is a head-to-head competition modeled after the [[MATHCOUNTS]]® Countdown round. In cooperation with [[MATHCOUNTS]]®, many of the problems in FTW are drawn from past [[MATHCOUNTS]]® contests. There are currently about 7600 problems in FTW.<br />
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This version of FTW has been deactivated. Visit the new one [[For The Win beta|here]].</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=For_The_Win&diff=141263For The Win2021-01-01T17:41:23Z<p>Robotseman: </p>
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<div>AoPS For The Win! (FTW) is a fun way to practice your math skills while competing with other players. There are two types of games, the normal game where you can compete against many players and the Countdown game, which is a head-to-head competition modeled after the [[MATHCOUNTS]]® Countdown round. In cooperation with [[MATHCOUNTS]]®, many of the problems in FTW are drawn from past [[MATHCOUNTS]]® contests. There are currently about 7600 problems in FTW.<br />
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This version of FTW has been deactivated. Visit the new one [[For The Win beta|here.]]</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=For_The_Win_beta&diff=141262For The Win beta2021-01-01T17:33:52Z<p>Robotseman: I created this page to talk about the new FTW.</p>
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<div>AoPS For the Win beta is a game on AoPS that functions almost like the old [[For The Win]]. It was made in response to the deactivation of Adobe Flash player which was required on the old FTW. For the win beta will not include countdown rounds and a chat box but there are some new features. <br />
Here are some of them:<br />
<br />
1.A new interface and an upgraded design.<br />
<br />
2.Updated ranking systems that will have brand-new rank icons.<br />
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3.Everyone will start with the same rating.</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=User:Bsu1&diff=140614User:Bsu12020-12-26T00:03:03Z<p>Robotseman: </p>
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<div>Hi! bsu1 here! <br />
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I hate <br />
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1) trolls <br />
2) multis<br />
3) troll's multi<br />
4) being called bsu not bsu1<br />
5) being insulted when im innocent<br />
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I love<br />
1) troll and his multi start fighting 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣<br />
2) math<br />
3) art<br />
4) kpop songs<br />
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Some people say bsu1 is.....<br />
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bsu1 is an AoPS user.</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=User:Piphi&diff=139706User:Piphi2020-12-15T13:56:06Z<p>Robotseman: /* User Count */</p>
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==<font color="black" style="font-family: ITC Avant Garde Gothic Std, Verdana"><div style="margin-left:10px">About Me</div></font>==<br />
<div style="margin-left: 10px; margin-bottom:10px"><font color="black">Piphi is the creator of the [[User:Piphi/Games|AoPS Wiki Games by Piphi]], the future of games on AoPS.<br><br />
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Piphi started the signature trend at around May 2020.<br><br />
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Piphi has been very close to winning multiple [[Greed Control]] games, piphi placed 5th in game #18 and 2nd in game #19. Thanks to piphi, Greed Control games have started to be kept track of. Piphi made a spreadsheet that has all of Greed Control history [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c19451h2126208p15569802 here].<br><br />
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Piphi also found out who won [[Reaper]] games #1 and #2 as seen [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c19451h1826745p15526330 here].<br><br />
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Piphi created the [[AoPS Administrators]] page, added most of the AoPS Admins to it, and created the scrollable table.<br><br />
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Piphi has also added a lot of the info that is in the [[Reaper Archives]].<br><br />
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Piphi has a side-project that is making the Wiki's [[Main Page]] look better, you can check that out [[User:Piphi/AoPS Wiki|here]].<br><br />
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Piphi published Greed Control Game 19 statistics [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c19451h2126212 here].<br />
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Piphi has a post that was made an announcement in a official AoPS Forum [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c68h2175116 here].<br />
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Piphi is a proud member of [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c562043 The Interuniversal GMAAS Society].<br />
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Piphi has won 2 gold trophies at the [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c1124279 Asymptote Competition] and is now part of the staff.<br />
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You can check out more goals/statistics [[User:Piphi/Statistics|here]].<br />
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A User Count of 500<br />
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200 subpages of [[User:Piphi]]<br />
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200 signups for [[User:Piphi/Games|AoPS Wiki Games by Piphi]]<br />
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Make 10,000 edits<br />
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<div>{{shortcut|[[A:FAQ]]}}<br />
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This is a community created list of Frequently Asked Questions about Art of Problem Solving. If you have a request to edit or add a question on this page, please make it [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=416&t=414129 here].<br />
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== General==<br />
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==== Can I change my username? ====<br />
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: It is possible for you to contact AoPS and change your username. However, AoPS typically only changes usernames for privacy reasons (e.g., your current username reveals personal information) or if the username contains inappropriate content. AoPS will not change your username for other reasons (e.g., current username is too "cringy").<br />
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==== What Will Happen to My Account if I change my username? ====<br />
In the extremely rare case that your username does get switched, your contribution history will not be transferred to your new account<br />
: *You will have the same AoPS friends, messages, and post in the my message section<br />
: *Your scores or data for Reaper, Greed Control, and For the Win! likely will not be updated<br />
: *Your account information will update for AoPS Academy and Beast Academy<br />
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==== Why can't I change my avatar? ====<br />
: You must be a user for two weeks before changing your avatar. You can customize your avatar by downloading a picture and changing the dimensions via computer; however, it's really hard to get a good-looking picture under the size limit. Instead, you could visit one of the many avatar shops to get one (try searching "avatar shop" in other forums on the community page).<br />
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==== Something looks weird (e.g., blurry, missing line, etc.) ====<br />
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:This likely to be because of zoom-in area. Please make sure your zoom level is at 100% or is reset for correct rendering of the web page. If it is at 100% and still doesn't look right, try to refresh or hard refresh. If it still continues looking weird, follow the instructions [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c10h1076079_red_me_first__how_to_write_a_bug_report here] to submit a bug report about it in Site Support.<br />
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==== Can I make more than one account?==== <br />
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: Short answer: No.<br />
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: Long answer: Multiple accounts (multis) are banned on AoPS. Having more than one account leads to issues of not remembering on what account you did what. Using multiple accounts in an attempt to "game" the system, (e.g. reaper in some way) or otherwise violate the ToS without consequences will lead to all or some of your accounts being deactivated. If you have already made additional accounts, please choose one account and stop using the others.<br />
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====What software does Art of Problem Solving use to run the website?====<br />
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:* Search: Solr<br />
:* Wiki: MediaWiki<br />
:* Asymptote and <math>\text{\LaTeX}</math> are generated through their respective binary packages<br />
:* Videos: YouTube<br />
:* PyWindow: Skulpt<br />
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:All other parts of the website are custom built.<br />
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== Forums ==<br />
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====How do I create a forum?====<br />
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:To create an AoPS forum, a user must be on the AoPS community for at least 2 weeks. To create a forum, hover over the community tab, then click "My AoPS." You should now see your avatar, along with your profile info, and a list of your friends. Now, click on the "My Forums" tab. There, you would be able to see which forum you moderate or administrate, as well as the private forums you can access. Click on the "+" button at the top right. This should lead you to a forum creating page.<br />
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:Your forum name must be unique and it must be 50 characters or less and your forum description must be 240 characters or less.<br />
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====Why do some posts say they were posted in the future?====<br />
:The AoPS clock is based on the official Naval Observatory time. This is considered the most accurate time. If your computer's system clock is behind the correct time, recent posts may indicate they were posted in the future. Please correct your computer's clock or enable clock synchronization so that your clock is always correct. Mac users may wish to check [http://www.macinstruct.com/node/92 Synchronize your Mac's Clock With A Time Server]. Windows users can go [https://www.windowscentral.com/how-manage-time-servers-windows-10 here.] You can also check [http://www.time.gov the US official time] which will also show you how much your clock is off.<br />
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====Why do some threads have less posts than the number of the latest post?====<br />
:This is because of deleted posts. When posts get deleted, their post number is not reused.<br />
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====I've lost admin access to a forum or blog I created, how do I get it back?====<br />
:Please send an email to sheriff@aops.com with the issue and URL of your forum. They will research your request and restore admin access to your forum if appropriate.<br />
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====What should I do if I find a glitch in the community?====<br />
:First, search the Site Support forum to check if your issue has already been reported.<br />
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:If your issue isn't reported, try refreshing your browser page. Most issues go away after a refresh and there is no need to report the issue unless it continues after you refresh your browser. You can refresh on most browsers in Windows and Chrome OS with Ctrl + R and on Mac with Cmd + R. To Hard Refresh, click Shift between Ctrl/Cmd and R.<br />
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:Some commonly known glitches that should not be reported are avatars appearing twice in the topic list or private message, friends appearing more than once in the friend list, the edit icon showing next to a message when it shouldn't, and not being able to search for a forum after going back a page in the community.<br />
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==== How do I format my post, e.g. bold text, add URLs, etc.? ====<br />
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:AoPS is based on a markup language called BBCode. A tutorial of its functions on AoPS and how to use them can be found [[BBCode:Tutorial|here]].<br />
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==== How do I hide content in the forums? ====<br />
:Wrap the content you want to hide in [hide] tags. This will make a clickable label that, once clicked, will reveal the content.<br />
[hide]Content[/hide]<br />
:If you want to customize the label, or have it says something other than "Click here to reveal hidden text", you can do something like:<br />
[hide=Label to display]Content[/hide]<br />
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:Alternatively, wrap the content you want to hide in [tip] tags. This will make a hoverable label that, once hovered over, will reveal the content.<br />
[tip]Content[/tip]<br />
:If you want to customize the label, instead of saying "Hover for tip", you can do something like:<br />
[tip=Label to display]Content[/tip]<br />
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====I got the message "Too many messages." when trying to send a private message, why?====<br />
:To prevent PM spam abuse like "hvbowibvibviorybvirusbshbiuovvisuvib", users with less than five forum posts are limited to four private messages within a forty-eight hour period.<br />
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==== Posting often makes me a better user, right? ====<br />
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:No. Often just the opposite. The quality of your posts matter far more than the number of posts you make. In fact, if you make too many unnecessary and spammy posts, you may find your posting privileges revoked.<br />
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==== I have posted in a forum, but my post count did not increase. Why? ====<br />
:Some forums, including the Test Forum, Mafia!, Fun Factory, The Learning Forum, and other user created forums, do not count toward total posts.<br />
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==== I believe a post needs corrective action. What should I do? ====<br />
:If you believe a post needs moderative action, you may report it by clicking the <font face="aops">Z</font> icon on the upper-right corner of that post. If it's a minor mistake, you may want to PM the offending user instead and explain how they can make their post better.<br />
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==== How do I post images? ====<br />
:While AoPS forums have the ability to attach images, we do not generally recommend doing so, as we can not guarantee the images will be available through upgrades, restorations, etc. We also have limited disk space which causes us to remove attachments from time to time. Therefore, we recommend using a third party image hosting solution. There are many options, but we recommend imgur.com.<br />
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:* Go to https://imgur.com<br />
:* Click New Post<br />
:* Upload your image<br />
:* Mouse over image<br />
:* Click the 3 dots in upper right corner<br />
:* Click <b>Get Share Links</b><br />
:* Find the BBCode option and click the green Copy Link button<br />
:* Paste the copied info into your forum or blog post.<br />
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:Or, if you are using an online picture you can right click on it, click inspect, get the image link (usually ends in '.jpg') and paste it into AoPS [img][/img] tags.<br />
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====How do I become a moderator of a forum?====<br />
:The creators of user-created forums select moderators in several different ways. Contact the creator(s) of the forum for more information.<br />
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== Blogs ==<br />
==== How come I can't create a blog? ====<br />
:In order to be able to create a blog on AoPS, you must be a member of the community for at least 2 weeks, before creating any sort of blog, forum, or etc.<br />
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==== How do I make my blog look nice? ====<br />
:Many AoPSers make their blogs look nice by applying CSS, which is a high-level stylesheet language. This can be done by typing code into the CSS box in the Blog Control Panel.<br />
:Try copying CSS of other blogs but remember to give them credit!<br />
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==== Blog Settings ====<br />
:The maximum amount of characters for the Post Comment Text, Comments Text, One Comment Text, and No Comments Text is '''40 characters'''<br />
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==== Why are usernames a different color? ====<br />
Blogs use a different stylesheet than the rest of the site and blog owners can customize their blog, including some portions of the feed widget, and therefore usernames show differently in a blog than on the community.<br />
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== Alcumus ==<br />
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==== How is rating computed? ====<br />
:The rating is more of a prediction of what percentage of problems in the topic the Alcumus engine believes you will get correct. As you get more and more correct, the rating will go up slower and slower. However, if you are predicted to get most correct, and you miss one or two problems, the rating, or prediction of percentage correct, will go down.<br />
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==== I am stuck on a problem, and changing the topic does not change the problem. ====<br />
:Alcumus provides review problems to make sure you still recall information learned from the past. You may not skip these problems.<br />
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== Contests ==<br />
==== Where can I find past contest questions and solutions? ====<br />
:You can find them in the [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/resources.php Contests] section.<br />
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==== How do I get problems onto the contest page? ====<br />
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:Make a topic for each question in the appropriate forum, copy/paste the urls to the National Olympiad. Your problems may eventually be submitted into the Contest page.<br />
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==== What are the guidelines for posting problems to be added to the contests section? ====<br />
:Refer to the [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=144&t=195579 guidelines in this post].<br />
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==== Why are the contest collections missing many contest questions ? ====<br />
:Generally, it is because users have not yet posted them onto the wiki (translation difficulties, not having access to the actual problems, lack of interest, etc). If you have a copy, please post the problems in the Community Section! In some cases, however, problems may be missing due to copyright claims from maths organizations.<br />
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====Where are all of the mock contests?====<br />
:User-generated mock contests are now in its separate subforum, [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c594864_aops_mock_contests AoPS Mock Contests]. Please use that forum for creating, hosting, participating in, or recruiting writers/test solvers for mock contests.<br />
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====How can I host a mock contest?====<br />
:See posts on [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c594864h1168324_hi__im_interested_in_writing_a_mock_contest writing a mock contest] and [https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c594864h1349281_tips_for_organizing_a_mock_contest Tips for Organizing a Mock Contest].<br />
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== LaTeX and Asymptote ==<br />
==== What is LaTeX, and how do I use it? ====<br />
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:<math>\text{\LaTeX}</math> is a typesetting markup language and document preparation system. It is widely used for typesetting expressions containing mathematical formulae. See [https://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php/LaTeX:About LaTeX:About].<br />
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==== How can I download LaTeX to use on the forums? ====<br />
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:There are actually no downloads necessary; the forums and the wiki render LaTeX commands between dollar signs.<br />
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==== How can I download LaTeX for personal use? ====<br />
:You can download TeXstudio [http://texstudio.sourceforge.net here] or TeXnicCenter [http://www.texniccenter.org here]<br />
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==== Where can I find a list of LaTeX commands? ====<br />
:See [[LaTeX:Symbols|here]].<br />
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==== Where can I test LaTeX commands? ====<br />
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:[[A:SAND|Sandbox]] or [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Resources/texer.php TeXeR]. You can also use our [http://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c67_test_forum Test Forum].<br />
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==== Where can I find examples of Asymptote diagrams and code? ====<br />
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:Search this wiki for the <tt><nowiki><asy></nowiki></tt> tag or the Forums for the <tt><nowiki>[asy]</nowiki></tt> tag. See also [[Asymptote:_Useful_commands_and_their_Output|these examples]] and [[Proofs without words|this article]] (click on the images to obtain the code).<br />
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==== How can I draw 3D diagrams? ====<br />
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:See [[Asymptote: 3D graphics]].<br />
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==== What is the cse5 package? ==== <br />
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==== What is the olympiad package? ====<br />
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<div>Hi<br />
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You can put [your username] was here below if you want. <br /><br />
UnknownMonkey was here <br /><br />
RedFireTruck was here <br /><br />
awin was here <br /><br />
robotsEMAN was here <br /><br />
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For more information about me, visit my profile page here: https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/user/285827<br />
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== Proof that Everyone is Pro ==<br />
=== Proof by Induction ===<br />
We start with a pro person, such as rrusczyk. Other people say the pro person is pro. The pro person says “no u” back. The pro person is still pro because the other people say the pro person is pro and pro people say no u even though they are pro. The pro person said “no u” to the other person, so now the other person is pro. The pattern repeats; people say the other person is pro, the other person says “no u,” and then the people become pro. -UnknownMonkey<br />
=== Proof by UnknownMonkey ===<br />
(Warning: the next statement may be false)<br />
We assume that UnknownMonkey is pro.<br />
UnknownMonkey says everyone is pro.<br />
Therefore, everyone is pro.<br />
-UnknownMonkey<br />
=== Proof by Capability ===<br />
Everyone is good at something, or capable of becoming good at something.<br />
That means everyone fits my definition of pro.<br />
-UnknownMonkey<br />
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Feel free to add another proof, with a unique name, and put your username at the end of the proof.</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=User:Unknownmonkey&diff=139631User:Unknownmonkey2020-12-14T19:42:47Z<p>Robotseman: </p>
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<div>Hi<br />
<br />
You can put [your username] was here below if you want. <br /><br />
UnknownMonkey was here <br /><br />
RedFireTruck was here <br /><br />
awin was here<br />
robotsEMAN <br /><br />
<br />
For more information about me, visit my profile page here: https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/user/285827<br />
<br />
== Proof that Everyone is Pro ==<br />
=== Proof by Induction ===<br />
We start with a pro person, such as rrusczyk. Other people say the pro person is pro. The pro person says “no u” back. The pro person is still pro because the other people say the pro person is pro and pro people say no u even though they are pro. The pro person said “no u” to the other person, so now the other person is pro. The pattern repeats; people say the other person is pro, the other person says “no u,” and then the people become pro. -UnknownMonkey<br />
=== Proof by UnknownMonkey ===<br />
(Warning: the next statement may be false)<br />
We assume that UnknownMonkey is pro.<br />
UnknownMonkey says everyone is pro.<br />
Therefore, everyone is pro.<br />
-UnknownMonkey<br />
=== Proof by Capability ===<br />
Everyone is good at something, or capable of becoming good at something.<br />
That means everyone fits my definition of pro.<br />
-UnknownMonkey<br />
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Feel free to add another proof, with a unique name, and put your username at the end of the proof.</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Zero_(constant&diff=138111Zero (constant2020-11-22T17:45:32Z<p>Robotseman: Created page with "==Zero== Zero is the number separating the negative and positive numbers. Zero can mean many things. For example we can say there are zero things or we can say the net force o..."</p>
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<div>==Zero==<br />
Zero is the number separating the negative and positive numbers. Zero can mean many things. For example we can say there are zero things or we can say the net force on an object is 0. Both of these mean different things. When we say there are zero things we me that numerically there are none but when we say the net force on a object is 0 we mean that the sum is zero. This means that forces could still be pushing or pulling on an object.</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Isaac_Newton&diff=138109Isaac Newton2020-11-22T17:36:35Z<p>Robotseman: I added Newton's Law of universal gravitation</p>
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<div>'''Isaac Newton''' (1643 – 1727) was a famous British [[physics|physicist]] and [[mathematician]]. His most famous work in [[mathematics]] was the compilation of [[calculus]].<br />
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==History==<br />
Isaac Newton was born on January 4, 1643 in Lincolnshire, England. Newton was born very shortly after the death of his father. He did very well at his local school, and later attended Trinity College.<br />
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==Calculus==<br />
Newton compiled [[calculus]] into one subject in 1665 and 1666, some time before [[Gottfried Leibniz]] (who developed calculus independently some years later) did, but when he submitted his work to the Royal Society of England, it was turned down. Due to controversy over his earlier publications, Newton was understandably reluctant to submit it again, and therefore did not publish his work. Thus, Leibniz published his work first, sparking a dispute between them. It is now clear Newton developed it first, though he made use of rather odd notation. Ironically, Newton earned a knighthood from Queen Anne in 1705 not because of this great discovery, but because of his far lesser work at the Royal Mint of England.<br />
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==Discoveries in Physics==<br />
What is arguably Newton's most famous achievement is the formal statement of three basic, almost trivial laws of motion:<br />
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#If the net force on any amount of matter is [[zero (constant|zero]], then the object's velocity will not change if viewing from a constant reference point..<br />
#If an object has [[mass]] <math>m</math> and [[acceleration]] <math>a</math>, then the force which acted upon it is equivalent to <math>ma</math>. This is stated formally as <math>F=ma</math>.<br />
#Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Formally, if an amount of matter <math>m</math> places a force on matter with the same mass <math>n</math>, then <math>n</math> will put an equivalent force in the opposite direction.<br />
Another contribution similar to his second law is the universal law of gravitation. The formula is given by <math>F=G\frac{m_1m_2}{r^2}</math> where <math>m_1\text{ and }m_2</math> are two point like objects with mass, <math>G</math> is the gravitational constant which is approximately <math>6.67\cdot 10^{-11} \frac{N\cdot m^2}{kg^2}</math>, <math>r</math> being the average distance between them, and <math>F</math> being the force. The units for the gravitational constant is [[kilogram]], [[newton]], and [[meter]].<br />
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==See Also==<br />
*[[Calculus]]<br />
*[[Gottfried Leibniz]]<br />
*[[Physics]]<br />
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[[Category:Famous mathematicians]]</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Isaac_Newton&diff=138108Isaac Newton2020-11-22T17:33:15Z<p>Robotseman: /* Discoveries in Physics */</p>
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<div>'''Isaac Newton''' (1643 – 1727) was a famous British [[physics|physicist]] and [[mathematician]]. His most famous work in [[mathematics]] was the compilation of [[calculus]].<br />
<br />
==History==<br />
Isaac Newton was born on January 4, 1643 in Lincolnshire, England. Newton was born very shortly after the death of his father. He did very well at his local school, and later attended Trinity College.<br />
<br />
==Calculus==<br />
Newton compiled [[calculus]] into one subject in 1665 and 1666, some time before [[Gottfried Leibniz]] (who developed calculus independently some years later) did, but when he submitted his work to the Royal Society of England, it was turned down. Due to controversy over his earlier publications, Newton was understandably reluctant to submit it again, and therefore did not publish his work. Thus, Leibniz published his work first, sparking a dispute between them. It is now clear Newton developed it first, though he made use of rather odd notation. Ironically, Newton earned a knighthood from Queen Anne in 1705 not because of this great discovery, but because of his far lesser work at the Royal Mint of England.<br />
<br />
==Discoveries in Physics==<br />
What is arguably Newton's most famous achievement is the formal statement of three basic, almost trivial laws of motion:<br />
<br />
#If the net force on any amount of matter is [[zero (constant|zero]], then the object's velocity will not change if viewing from a constant reference point..<br />
#If an object has [[mass]] <math>m</math> and [[acceleration]] <math>a</math>, then the force which acted upon it is equivalent to <math>ma</math>. This is stated formally as <math>F=ma</math>.<br />
#Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Formally, if an amount of matter <math>m</math> places a force on matter with the same mass <math>n</math>, then <math>n</math> will put an equivalent force in the opposite direction.<br />
Another contribution similar to his second law is the universal law of gravitation. The formula is given by <math>F=G\frac{m_1m_2}{r^2}</math> where <math>m_1\text{ and }m_2</math> are two point like objects with mass, <math>G</math> is the gravitational constant which is approximately <math>6.67\cdot 10^{-11} \frac{N\cdot m^2}{kg^2}</math>, <math>r</math> being the average distance between them, and <math>F</math> being the force. The units for the gravitational constant is kilograms, newtons, and meters.<br />
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==See Also==<br />
*[[Calculus]]<br />
*[[Gottfried Leibniz]]<br />
*[[Physics]]<br />
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[[Category:Famous mathematicians]]</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Albert_Einstein&diff=137751Albert Einstein2020-11-19T02:51:38Z<p>Robotseman: /* Albert Einstein */</p>
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<div>== Albert Einstein ==<br />
<br />
'''Albert Einstein''' was a scientist/mathematician. He was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879. He died on April 18, 1955. He is most noted for his work on relativity and many call him a theoretical physicist. Some of his most famous works are <math>E=MC^{2}</math>, [[General Relativity]], [[Special Relativity]], and his [[Brownian Motion#Theory of Brownian Motion|Theory of Brownian Motion]]. Some of the works listed here are part of Einstein's miracle year (1905). During this specific year he published four papers that changed the view of the world. To learn more about his miracle year visit [https://youtu.be/91XI7M9l3no]<br />
{{main|Relativity}}<br />
'''Relativity''' is a branch of modern science that has two parts: special relativity and general relativity. Both were formed by Albert Einstein. <br />
<br />
===Special Relativity===<br />
Special relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object is moving in a line. Some of its statements are: objects moving at higher speeds experience slower time. Also, the speed of light, or <math>c</math>, is the highest speed any object can achieve. Objects moving at ''c'' would then move to their destination in no time since time slows down to a stop. <br />
<br />
Special relativity also deals with the equivalence of mass and energy, with the famous equation <math>E=mc^2</math>. This shows that the amount of energy an object contains is equal to its mass multiplied by the squared speed of light. It also shows that a huge amount of energy can come from only a tiny piece of matter.<br />
===General relativity===<br />
General relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object has any behavior. It deals with things that the Special Theory of Relativity can not deal with.<br />
{{stub}}</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Albert_Einstein&diff=137749Albert Einstein2020-11-19T02:51:09Z<p>Robotseman: /* Albert Einstein */</p>
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<div>== Albert Einstein ==<br />
<br />
'''Albert Einstein''' was a scientist/mathematician. He was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879. He died on April 18, 1955. He is most noted for his work on relativity and many call him a theoretical physicist. Some of his most famous works are <math>E=MC^{2}</math>, [[General Relativity]], [[Special Relativity]], and his [[Brownian Motion#Theory of Brownian Motion|Theory of Brownian Motion]]. Some of the works listed here are part of Einstein's miracle year (1905). During this specific year he published four papers that changed the view of the world. To learn more about his miracle year visit <a href="https://youtu.be/91XI7M9l3no" target="_blank">here</a><br />
{{main|Relativity}}<br />
'''Relativity''' is a branch of modern science that has two parts: special relativity and general relativity. Both were formed by Albert Einstein. <br />
<br />
===Special Relativity===<br />
Special relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object is moving in a line. Some of its statements are: objects moving at higher speeds experience slower time. Also, the speed of light, or <math>c</math>, is the highest speed any object can achieve. Objects moving at ''c'' would then move to their destination in no time since time slows down to a stop. <br />
<br />
Special relativity also deals with the equivalence of mass and energy, with the famous equation <math>E=mc^2</math>. This shows that the amount of energy an object contains is equal to its mass multiplied by the squared speed of light. It also shows that a huge amount of energy can come from only a tiny piece of matter.<br />
===General relativity===<br />
General relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object has any behavior. It deals with things that the Special Theory of Relativity can not deal with.<br />
{{stub}}</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Albert_Einstein&diff=137747Albert Einstein2020-11-19T02:49:38Z<p>Robotseman: /* Albert Einstein */</p>
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<div>== Albert Einstein ==<br />
<br />
'''Albert Einstein''' was a scientist/mathematician. He was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879. He died on April 18, 1955. He is most noted for his work on relativity and many call him a theoretical physicist. Some of his most famous works are <math>E=MC^{2}</math>, [[General Relativity]], [[Special Relativity]], and his [[Brownian Motion#Theory of Brownian Motion|Theory of Brownian Motion]]. Some of the works listed here are part of Einstein's miracle year (1905). During this specific year he published four papers that changed the view of the world. To learn more about his miracle year visit [https://youtu.be/91XI7M9l3no]<br />
{{main|Relativity}}<br />
'''Relativity''' is a branch of modern science that has two parts: special relativity and general relativity. Both were formed by Albert Einstein. <br />
<br />
===Special Relativity===<br />
Special relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object is moving in a line. Some of its statements are: objects moving at higher speeds experience slower time. Also, the speed of light, or <math>c</math>, is the highest speed any object can achieve. Objects moving at ''c'' would then move to their destination in no time since time slows down to a stop. <br />
<br />
Special relativity also deals with the equivalence of mass and energy, with the famous equation <math>E=mc^2</math>. This shows that the amount of energy an object contains is equal to its mass multiplied by the squared speed of light. It also shows that a huge amount of energy can come from only a tiny piece of matter.<br />
===General relativity===<br />
General relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object has any behavior. It deals with things that the Special Theory of Relativity can not deal with.<br />
{{stub}}</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Albert_Einstein&diff=137746Albert Einstein2020-11-19T02:49:18Z<p>Robotseman: </p>
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<div>== Albert Einstein ==<br />
<br />
'''Albert Einstein''' was a scientist/mathematician. He was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879. He died on April 18, 1955. He is most noted for his work on relativity and many call him a theoretical physicist. Some of his most famous works are <math>E=MC^{2}</math>, [[General Relativity]], [[Special Relativity]], and his [[Brownian Motion#Theory of Brownian Motion|Theory of Brownian Motion]]. Some of the works listed here are part of Einstein's miracle year (1905). During this specific year he published four papers that changed the view of the world. To learn more about his miracle year visit [here[https://youtu.be/91XI7M9l3no]]<br />
{{main|Relativity}}<br />
'''Relativity''' is a branch of modern science that has two parts: special relativity and general relativity. Both were formed by Albert Einstein. <br />
<br />
===Special Relativity===<br />
Special relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object is moving in a line. Some of its statements are: objects moving at higher speeds experience slower time. Also, the speed of light, or <math>c</math>, is the highest speed any object can achieve. Objects moving at ''c'' would then move to their destination in no time since time slows down to a stop. <br />
<br />
Special relativity also deals with the equivalence of mass and energy, with the famous equation <math>E=mc^2</math>. This shows that the amount of energy an object contains is equal to its mass multiplied by the squared speed of light. It also shows that a huge amount of energy can come from only a tiny piece of matter.<br />
===General relativity===<br />
General relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object has any behavior. It deals with things that the Special Theory of Relativity can not deal with.<br />
{{stub}}</div>Robotsemanhttps://artofproblemsolving.com/wiki/index.php?title=Albert_Einstein&diff=137745Albert Einstein2020-11-19T02:48:54Z<p>Robotseman: /* Albert Einstein */</p>
<hr />
<div>== Albert Einstein ==<br />
<br />
'''Albert Einstein''' was a scientist/mathematician. He was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879. He died on April 18, 1955. He is most noted for his work on relativity and many call him a theoretical physicist. Some of his most famous works are <math>E=MC^{2}</math>, [[General Relativity]], [[Special Relativity]], and his [[Brownian Motion#Theory of Brownian Motion|Theory of Brownian Motion]]. Some of the works listed here are part of Einstein's miracle year (1905). During this specific year he published four papers that changed the view of the world. To learn more about his miracle year visit [https://youtu.be/91XI7M9l3no]<br />
{{main|Relativity}}<br />
'''Relativity''' is a branch of modern science that has two parts: special relativity and general relativity. Both were formed by Albert Einstein. <br />
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===Special Relativity===<br />
Special relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object is moving in a line. Some of its statements are: objects moving at higher speeds experience slower time. Also, the speed of light, or <math>c</math>, is the highest speed any object can achieve. Objects moving at ''c'' would then move to their destination in no time since time slows down to a stop. <br />
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Special relativity also deals with the equivalence of mass and energy, with the famous equation <math>E=mc^2</math>. This shows that the amount of energy an object contains is equal to its mass multiplied by the squared speed of light. It also shows that a huge amount of energy can come from only a tiny piece of matter.<br />
===General relativity===<br />
General relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object has any behavior. It deals with things that the Special Theory of Relativity can not deal with.<br />
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<div>== Albert Einstein ==<br />
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'''Albert Einstein''' was a scientist/mathematician. He was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879. He died on April 18, 1955. He is most noted for his work on relativity and many call him a theoretical physicist. Some of his most famous works are <math>E=MC^{2}</math>, [[General Relativity]], [[Special Relativity]], and his [[Brownian Motion#Theory of Brownian Motion|Theory of Brownian Motion]]. Some of the works listed here are part of Einstein's miracle year (1905). During this specific year he published four papers that changed the view of the world. To learn more about his miracle year visit https://youtu.be/91XI7M9l3no<br />
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'''Relativity''' is a branch of modern science that has two parts: special relativity and general relativity. Both were formed by Albert Einstein. <br />
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===Special Relativity===<br />
Special relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object is moving in a line. Some of its statements are: objects moving at higher speeds experience slower time. Also, the speed of light, or <math>c</math>, is the highest speed any object can achieve. Objects moving at ''c'' would then move to their destination in no time since time slows down to a stop. <br />
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Special relativity also deals with the equivalence of mass and energy, with the famous equation <math>E=mc^2</math>. This shows that the amount of energy an object contains is equal to its mass multiplied by the squared speed of light. It also shows that a huge amount of energy can come from only a tiny piece of matter.<br />
===General relativity===<br />
General relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object has any behavior. It deals with things that the Special Theory of Relativity can not deal with.<br />
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<div>== Albert Einstein ==<br />
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'''Albert Einstein''' was a scientist/mathematician. He was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879. He died on April 18, 1955. He is most noted for his work on relativity and many call him a theoretical physicist. Some of his most famous works are <math>E=MC^{2}</math>, [[General Relativity]], [[Special Relativity]], and his [[Brownian Motion#Theory of Brownian Motion|Theory of Brownian Motion]]. Some of the works listed here are part of Einstein's miracle year (1905). During this specific year he published four papers that changed the view of the world. To learn more about his miracle year visit *[[https://youtu.be/91XI7M9l3no]]<br />
{{main|Relativity}}<br />
'''Relativity''' is a branch of modern science that has two parts: special relativity and general relativity. Both were formed by Albert Einstein. <br />
<br />
===Special Relativity===<br />
Special relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object is moving in a line. Some of its statements are: objects moving at higher speeds experience slower time. Also, the speed of light, or <math>c</math>, is the highest speed any object can achieve. Objects moving at ''c'' would then move to their destination in no time since time slows down to a stop. <br />
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Special relativity also deals with the equivalence of mass and energy, with the famous equation <math>E=mc^2</math>. This shows that the amount of energy an object contains is equal to its mass multiplied by the squared speed of light. It also shows that a huge amount of energy can come from only a tiny piece of matter.<br />
===General relativity===<br />
General relativity deals with spacetime and its behavior when an object has any behavior. It deals with things that the Special Theory of Relativity can not deal with.<br />
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