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|MATH 101||2||20:41, 25 October 2012|
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|reply to Philip||2||00:44, 3 April 2012|
|Review of solution||0||20:01, 12 March 2012|
|Display of math||2||20:21, 6 March 2012|
Wrote a solution for the dreaded problem 6 of the MATH 101 April 2008 exam. If you could review it, we would be so close to finishing that exam!
Looks like it's been reviewed. I can't seem to add hints anymore. I remember you used to be able to click on the word and modify the code, now the words (like "Hint") are no longer links.
We are opening the MER project to undergrads and have started a new way to list who is a contributor, so if you could add [[Category:MER Participant]] anywhere in your userpage, you would then be listed as a contributor. Cheers, David
Philip Lowen gave a suggestion for Science:Math_Exam_Resources/Courses/MATH257/December_2011/Question_2_(a) (see the discussion page). Could you check it out and give him a quick reply?
I've reformatted the solution you wrote for Question A4, you can compare with your original work in the history. I'm using the wikipedia math style guidelines that exist and which basically recommend to use html or wiki formatting whenever the latex rendering distorts the text too much. What do you think?
I didn't realise there was a recommended style to math, I've just been going with what looks best. I think the changes you made look good here, and thanks for the heads up!
- ) Well I don't think we really have a recommendation ourselves, what the wiki community does seems pretty good and I agree with you that what should drive us is what looks best while promoting some kind of cohesion throughout the wiki. We'll see where this goes as more contributors participate.