# User:Etmetalakret

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## Contents

## DONT INCEASE THE NIMBER

do NOT increase this number under any circumstances please don't its literally and um tis like you can't

DO NOT I inqure and jest and beg and please and do not don't don't please

## Nontrivial contributions

Below is a list of my contributions that I consider nontrivial. Although there are many articles I've tidied up, these are the ones I either created or rewrote entirely.

### Algebra

- Algebra/Intermediate
- Polynomials
- Sequences and series
- Inequalities
- Proofs of AM-GM, rewrote the Cauchy Induction proof to be more accessible, even if it uses more words

### Combinatorics

- Combinatorics/Introduction
- Counting methods

### Geometry

- Geometry/Olympiad
- Synthetic geometry
- Incenter/excenter lemma, my first article, a total unprofessional mess.

- Trigonometry

### Number theory

- Nothing major yet.

### Miscellaneous

## On the agenda

These are articles that I hope to clean up sooner or later. At the time of writing this, my main priority is the article constructive counting (which could do with some intermediate examples)

### Major edits needed

- AM-GM Inequality, will be working on it every now and then over a very long time
- Cauchy-Schwarz inequality, which wanders off to higher math without ever brushing on competition applications
- RMS-AM-GM-HM Inequality, the actual name of this article has to be a joke
- Arithmetico-geometric series, should be titled "sequence", is somewhat messy.
- Exponential function, starts with and not general exponential functions. This is good for Wikipedia, which

covers higher math, but not for a competition math wiki

- Counting, include a kind of birds-eye view of all elementary counting topics
- Orthic triangle, please finish this James it looks terrible

### Examples and/or problems needed

- Geometric sequence, get some basic introductory examples
- Polynomial remainder theorem, needs another example
- Rational root theorem, problems too easy
- Complex conjugate root theorem, one or two examples
- Vieta's formulas, a few examples.