# Difference between revisions of "User:Aops-g5-gethsemanea2"

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Welcome to my user page!

Aops-g5-gethsemanea2 is just a Prealgebra 1 user who is not as legendary as Piphi.

Aops-g5-gethsemanea2 is about to turn 10 on October 23.

Like CreativeHedgehog, Aops-g5-gethsemanea2 is making a lot of projects on this wiki including the Wiki Math Games and his very own main page.

Aops-g5-gethsemanea2 is writing a contest math book with:

• Aritra12
• Rusczyk (this is his username, and he is not the founder. The founder's username is rrusczyk)
• Dc495
• MeHateMemes
• RohanQV
• Mathbw225

## Acknowledgements

Thanks to the following users!

1. Piphi for the inspiration

2. CreativeHedgehog for the social media buttons and supporting this User Page

## User Count

This is my user count. Add 1 to the number below if this is your first time visiting this page. Remember, you must be signed in to the Art of Problem Solving Community to edit this page. $$\Huge{\textbf{9}}$$

## Announcements

Stay up to date on the announcements on Aops-g5-gethsemanea2's Second Main Page.

## Fun Fact

There is actually a name for the numbers that is the sum of all factors below it. They are perfect numbers, and the first two are $6$ and $28$.

## Weekly Questions

Here are some questions that you can use to sharpen your math skills!

### Weekly Question 1

If $n$ is $5$, what is $10n+11n$?

Discuss in the user talk.

### Weekly Question 2 (SOURCE: SASMO)

$4$ chickens can lay $4$ eggs in $4$ days. How many chickens are needed to get $100$ eggs in $100$ days?

Discuss in the user talk.

### Weekly Question 3

The sum of two consecutive numbers is $39$. What is their product plus their sum?

Discuss in the user talk.

### Weekly Question 4

Simplify $(12+i)i$ where $i=\sqrt{-1}$.

Discuss in the user talk and make sure you explain why.

# WARNINGS!

## WARNING 1

This wiki page will NOT work if you use a mobile device with the social media buttons.

If you want it to work on a mobile device, you may put everything in a div and then align it to the center.

Then make the width 50%.

Example: Put the following text before every page:

<div style="position:fixed; left:50%; transform:translateX(-50%); width:50%;">

And this after it:

</div>

I just didn't do that because I had 40 pages to edit that out with. CreativeHedgehog 22:32, 4 August 2020 (EDT)

## WARNING 2

If you followed the instruction above, then it will not work this time on a computer. Remove the div at the start and the end to make it back to normal.

## WARNING 3

This will only work on the Aops2 skin style. CreativeHedgehog 21:56, 8 August 2020 (EDT)

# REMINDER

Most of these pages require you to sign in to edit the pages, especially the Wiki Math Games.