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Re: About the ExercisesThanks  I will see if I can post some links at the beginning of each thread. #27 20060907 22:36:00
Re: About the ExercisesHey there, Bad speling makes me [sic] #28 20060908 02:58:59
Re: About the ExercisesI'd imagine they'd be appropriate. Take a look at Zhylliolom's Integration By Parts thread. #29 20060910 17:41:35
Re: About the ExercisesIt may be better to reduce the number of topics so it is easier for people to find. "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #30 20060910 17:45:33
Re: About the ExercisesMaybe someone could merge them? #31 20060930 16:38:06
Re: About the ExercisesI cleaned up the "Basic Algebra" topic, deleted a bunch of answers but left some, for the benefit of new visitors. "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #32 20060930 18:16:08
Re: About the ExercisesIt's all looking good. I think I might add some exercises! #33 20060930 18:44:29
Re: About the ExercisesI spelt it rong? Oh know! #34 20060930 19:37:08
Re: About the ExercisesNo worries. I had the same problem! #35 20060930 19:53:08
Re: About the ExercisesI see you've already written some. Nice work, we need as many exercises as possible to be as good as the other math worksheet forums. #36 20061001 11:03:48
Re: About the ExercisesRod, I see that the Formulas forum is sorted alphabetically by post title. #37 20061001 16:48:15
Re: About the ExercisesBut that would mean that MathsIsFun would have to sort them all by hand...maybe an attached link to this forum with all the links to the forum in alphabetical order. Nah, I prefer Justlookingforthemoment's idea. #38 20061001 20:03:39
Re: About the ExercisesAlpha is not an option in the current version of this forum. I did the formulas by creating them in reverse alpha order, then specifying "start date" for sorting. "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #39 20061001 21:16:18
Re: About the ExercisesOh, too bad there's no alpha sorting. #40 20061001 23:36:56
Re: About the ExercisesOr, alternatively, we could create a Category named Exercises, and create seperate forums for it, such as Trigonometry, Money, Calculus, etc. #41 20061002 08:43:23
Re: About the ExercisesA new category would be good if there were a lot more exercises (and we would still need to keep the number of forums low or it would become hard to scroll on the main page.) "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #42 20061002 12:43:01
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Yes, that might work, but I don't think the main page should be too long and cluttered. The page is a good length at the moment. Some of the uncommon categories might become unused. #43 20061004 22:24:12
Re: About the Exercisesyou could have the categories sorted by the maths difficulty level on the exercises.. #44 20061006 18:32:42
Re: About the ExercisesAmazing. The Exercises forum already has 3 pages worth of work. #45 20061006 19:15:22
Re: About the ExercisesAnd some of the "Basic" topics have 500 views. "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #46 20061006 19:16:53
Re: About the ExercisesGood point  But that would mean we would have to judge every thread and see whether it is basic or not. #47 20061006 19:18:28
Re: About the ExercisesWell, we can just "Do It" and then change later if someone disagrees. "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #48 20061007 00:39:28
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could be "Professional" Last edited by Kurre (20061007 00:41:03) #49 20061007 00:46:39
Re: About the ExercisesMy idea: 'higher tier' in place of'advanced', maybe? #50 20061007 08:05:45
Re: About the ExercisesAlphabetically (not by level): "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman 