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Welcome to our '''community portal'''. This is the page to [[AoPSWiki:Tutorial|learn]] about using/editing the AoPSWiki, discover what is [[Current events|currently]] on-going on the AoPSWiki, and view important [[:Category:AoPSWiki|guidelines and policies]] that editors should abide by.
 
  
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Welcome to our '''community portal'''. This is the page to [[AoPSWiki:Tutorial|learn]] about using/editing the AoPSWiki, discover what is currently on-going on the AoPSWiki, and view important [[:Category:AoPSWiki|guidelines and policies]] that editors should abide by.
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What makes [[AoPSWiki]] different from other math-related wikis and web resources is that the AoPSWiki is more involved in problem-solving techniques than most other math dictionaries or math encyclopedias (which are usually written on the level of professional [[mathematician]]s).  
 
What makes [[AoPSWiki]] different from other math-related wikis and web resources is that the AoPSWiki is more involved in problem-solving techniques than most other math dictionaries or math encyclopedias (which are usually written on the level of professional [[mathematician]]s).  
 
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*Spread the word about the AoPSWiki.
 
*Spread the word about the AoPSWiki.
 
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*Transfer AMC/AIME/USAMO/IMO problems onto the wiki.
 
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*Put articles into categories. Here are six of the most lacking categories:  
 
*Put articles into categories. Here are six of the most lacking categories:  
**[[:Category:Geometry]] (as well as its subcategory, [[:Category:Trigonometry|trigonometry]])
 
 
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Latest revision as of 22:17, 22 October 2014


For discussion related to the AoPSWiki, please see AoPSWiki:Discussion or the <url>index.php?f=416 AoPSWiki Forum</url> on AoPS-MathLinks

Community Portal

Shortcut:

Welcome to our community portal. This is the page to learn about using/editing the AoPSWiki, discover what is currently on-going on the AoPSWiki, and view important guidelines and policies that editors should abide by.

About

Main article: AoPSWiki:About

What makes AoPSWiki different from other math-related wikis and web resources is that the AoPSWiki is more involved in problem-solving techniques than most other math dictionaries or math encyclopedias (which are usually written on the level of professional mathematicians).

Getting Started

Help Out

As a fairly new wiki, the AoPSWiki needs the help of many contributors. Here are some ways to help improve the quality of the AoPSWiki.

  • Create an non-existent article.
  • Edit existing articles to fix errors (both grammatical and mistakes) or to add more information.
  • De-stub a short article.
  • Create and upload relevant images.
  • Add solutions to problems that lack them.
  • Support the AoPSWiki.
  • Spread the word about the AoPSWiki.

Requests

Template:AoPSWiki:Requests

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Dirty Work

If you're really patient, you can do some of the boring work on the wiki:

Policies

In order to maintain an orderly wiki, the AoPSWiki contains a set of general guidelines and policies that editors should always follow.

Policies

Guidelines

See Also

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