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  • FAQ | planetmath.org
    Source No co author group was created yet This can only be done by the original author Search form Search Home Articles Questions Forums Planetary Bugs HS Secondary University Tertiary Graduate Advanced Industry Practice Research Topics LaTeX help Math Comptetitions Math History Math Humor PlanetMath Comments PlanetMath System Updates and News PlanetMath help PlanetMath ORG Strategic Communications Development The Math Pub Testing messages ignore Other useful stuff Gallery Site Docs

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  • FAQ | planetmath.org
    existing PlanetMath entry to faciliate learning how to write mathematics in TeX A PlanetMath specific LaTeX guide can can be found as a Site Doc There are also quite a few good online references and tutorials for TeX and LaTeX begin itemize item htmladdnormallink Getting Started With LaTeX http www maths tcd ie dwilkins LaTeXPrimer item htmladdnormallink Hypertext Help with LaTeX http www giss nasa gov latex item htmladdnormallink The Harvard Guide to TeX http abel math harvard edu computing latex manual texman html item htmladdnormallink A Guide to LaTeX http www astro rug nl kuijken latex html item htmladdnormallink The Not So Short Introduction to LaTeX2e http www ctan org tex archive info lshort english lshort pdf end itemize subsection Who can contribute Anyone can make an account and immediately start creating entries Of course if you can t take constructive criticism you might want to reconsider subsection Who reviews content and how Anyone who wants to The chief means of peer review is via the corrections system Anyone can submit corrections of type addendum or erratum to any entry Points are given for accepted corrections providing a means of crediting the reviewing party s contribution It is up to the author to determine of a correction is worth accepting However corrections are always available for viewing If a correction is either wrongly accepted or rejected others may notice this and file further corrections subsection Who owns contributed material The authors of content retain all rights they posses by law By joining PlanetMath they also agree to license to PlanetMath all content they submit to the site Under this arrangement authorship recognition must be preserved but aside from that anybody can make digital copies print versions or hard copy duplicates Anybody can set up their own web site with content from PlanetMath Anybody can sell compilations of that content For more details see the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license subsection How can I help the project financially or otherwise Please see our page on supporting PlanetMath section Usage Questions subsection How can I contribute begin enumerate item Make an account item Browse around get a feel for the site item Read the New User htmladdnormallink documentation http aux planetmath org doc item Log in click on Encyclopedia under add in your user box item Write your entry Have a LaTeX guide handy if you don t already know LaTeX item Preview submit end enumerate subsection How do I know what content has already been added You don t really need to other than to avoid directly duplicating a concept someone else has already written an entry for However this can be avoided by simply using the search engine In addition the system will provide a warning at entry adding time if the title of your entry is suspiciously similar to the title of an existing entry Aside from this many people are worried about how they can possibly hyperlink their entries to others without knowing which things have been

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  • The PlanetMath FAQ | planetmath.org
    t been attempted in a while You can still find copies of the Free Encyclopedia of Mathematics online however and new versions will be created when we have time 1 6 Do I need to know TeX LaTeX to write a PlanetMath entry It s strongly recommended However LaTeX is not hard to learn and we have provided an easy way to view the source code of any existing PlanetMath entry to faciliate learning how to write mathematics in TeX A PlanetMath specific LaTeX guide can can be found as a Site Doc There are also quite a few good online references and tutorials for TeX and LaTeX Getting Started With LaTeX Hypertext Help with LaTeX The Harvard Guide to TeX A Guide to LaTeX The Not So Short Introduction to LaTeX2e 1 7 Who can contribute Anyone can make an account and immediately start creating entries Of course if you can t take constructive criticism you might want to reconsider 1 8 Who reviews content and how Anyone who wants to The chief means of peer review is via the corrections system Anyone can submit corrections of type addendum or erratum to any entry Points are given for accepted corrections providing a means of crediting the reviewing party s contribution It is up to the author to determine of a correction is worth accepting However corrections are always available for viewing If a correction is either wrongly accepted or rejected others may notice this and file further corrections 1 9 Who owns contributed material The authors of content retain all rights they posses by law By joining PlanetMath they also agree to license to PlanetMath all content they submit to the site Under this arrangement authorship recognition must be preserved but aside from that anybody can make digital copies print versions or hard copy duplicates Anybody can set up their own web site with content from PlanetMath Anybody can sell compilations of that content For more details see the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license 1 10 How can I help the project financially or otherwise Please see our page on supporting PlanetMath 2 Usage Questions 2 1 How can I contribute 1 Make an account 2 Browse around get a feel for the site 3 Read the New User documentation 4 Log in click on Encyclopedia under add in your user box 5 Write your entry Have a LaTeX guide handy if you don t already know LaTeX 6 Preview submit 2 2 How do I know what content has already been added You don t really need to other than to avoid directly duplicating a concept someone else has already written an entry for However this can be avoided by simply using the search engine In addition the system will provide a warning at entry adding time if the title of your entry is suspiciously similar to the title of an existing entry Aside from this many people are worried about how they can possibly hyperlink their entries

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  • fort | planetmath.org
    Password Sign up for an account Forgot password You are here Home fort History Member for 2 years 8 months Buddy list actions Create Buddy List Designate Existing Team Member of World Writable Search form Search Home Articles Questions Forums Planetary Bugs HS Secondary University Tertiary Graduate Advanced Industry Practice Research Topics LaTeX help Math Comptetitions Math History Math Humor PlanetMath Comments PlanetMath System Updates and News PlanetMath help PlanetMath

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  • User account | planetmath.org
    Username Enter your planetmath org username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username Search form Search Home Articles Questions Forums Planetary Bugs HS Secondary University Tertiary Graduate Advanced Industry Practice Research Topics LaTeX help Math Comptetitions Math History Math

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  • mathwizard | planetmath.org
    expected value extended mean value theorem Fejer kernel Fourier transform Gauss Carl Friedrich Hadamard s inequality Hadwiger Finsler inequality hyperbolic functions indiscrete topology inhabited set integration by parts iteration Iwasawa decomposition Jacobi symbol Kronecker symbol l H opital s rule Landau kernel mean value theorem Menelaus theorem Menger sponge Miller Rabin prime test minimum weighted path length Mollweide s equations mutually coprime natural logarithm Nesbitt s inequality New User Guide New User Guide nine point circle Noosphere s Authority Model Noosphere s Authority Model open set perfect set periodic point PlanetMath Automatic Reference Linking PlanetMath Automatic Reference Linking PlanetMath Noosphere Scoring PlanetMath Noosphere Scoring positive root proof of Abel s limit theorem proof of additive form of Hilbert s theorem 90 Proof of Baroni s theorem proof of Cauchy s root test proof of Cauchy Schwarz inequality proof of comparison test proof of expected value of the hypergeometric distribution proof of Hadwiger Finsler inequality proof of Heron s formula proof of Menelaus theorem proof of Mollweide s equations proof of Nesbitt s inequality proof of Ptolemy s inequality proof of radius of convergence proof of Thales theorem proof of Turan s theorem proof of variance of the hypergeometric distribution QED quotient ring regular polyhedron series set theory Siegel s axiom Sierpi nski gasket Solovay Strassen test span squarefree factorization stochastic matrix surd synthetic division Thales theorem The PlanetMath FAQ The PlanetMath FAQ Turan s theorem unstable fixed point vector product in general vector spaces Wilson s theorem result Zeno s paradox Buddy list actions Create Buddy List Designate Existing Team Member of drinieditors World Writable My questions Fractal Forename Christoph Surname Bergemann City State Country Germany Homepage Preamble this is the default PlanetMath preamble as your knowledge of TeX increases you will probably want to edit this but it should

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  • The PlanetMath FAQ | planetmath.org
    t been attempted in a while You can still find copies of the Free Encyclopedia of Mathematics online however and new versions will be created when we have time 1 6 Do I need to know TeX LaTeX to write a PlanetMath entry It s strongly recommended However LaTeX is not hard to learn and we have provided an easy way to view the source code of any existing PlanetMath entry to faciliate learning how to write mathematics in TeX A PlanetMath specific LaTeX guide can can be found as a Site Doc There are also quite a few good online references and tutorials for TeX and LaTeX Getting Started With LaTeX Hypertext Help with LaTeX The Harvard Guide to TeX A Guide to LaTeX The Not So Short Introduction to LaTeX2e 1 7 Who can contribute Anyone can make an account and immediately start creating entries Of course if you can t take constructive criticism you might want to reconsider 1 8 Who reviews content and how Anyone who wants to The chief means of peer review is via the corrections system Anyone can submit corrections of type addendum or erratum to any entry Points are given for accepted corrections providing a means of crediting the reviewing party s contribution It is up to the author to determine of a correction is worth accepting However corrections are always available for viewing If a correction is either wrongly accepted or rejected others may notice this and file further corrections 1 9 Who owns contributed material The authors of content retain all rights they posses by law By joining PlanetMath they also agree to license to PlanetMath all content they submit to the site Under this arrangement authorship recognition must be preserved but aside from that anybody can make digital copies print versions or hard copy duplicates Anybody can set up their own web site with content from PlanetMath Anybody can sell compilations of that content For more details see the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license 1 10 How can I help the project financially or otherwise Please see our page on supporting PlanetMath 2 Usage Questions 2 1 How can I contribute 1 Make an account 2 Browse around get a feel for the site 3 Read the New User documentation 4 Log in click on Encyclopedia under add in your user box 5 Write your entry Have a LaTeX guide handy if you don t already know LaTeX 6 Preview submit 2 2 How do I know what content has already been added You don t really need to other than to avoid directly duplicating a concept someone else has already written an entry for However this can be avoided by simply using the search engine In addition the system will provide a warning at entry adding time if the title of your entry is suspiciously similar to the title of an existing entry Aside from this many people are worried about how they can possibly hyperlink their entries

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  • User account | planetmath.org
    Username Enter your planetmath org username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username Search form Search Home Articles Questions Forums Planetary Bugs HS Secondary University Tertiary Graduate Advanced Industry Practice Research Topics LaTeX help Math Comptetitions Math History Math

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