User talk:DenisTR

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Welcome to the world of math editing at Conservapedia.

In fact, let me do that formally. Someone, usually a sysop, usually puts out an "official" welcome using the template, like this:

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Hello, DenisTR, and welcome to Conservapedia!

We're glad you are here to edit. We ask that you read our Editor's Guide before you edit.

At the right are some useful links for you. You can include these links on your user page by putting "{{Useful links}}" on the page. Any questions--ask!

Thanks for reading, DenisTR!

Now, where was I? Oh yes. Math articles. You may find that the educational level that you seem to be aiming at (Ring, Integral domain) is a little higher than the level of most math articles here. The articles here seem to be mostly aimed at junior high school, high school, and early undergraduate level. This isn't a complaint; write whatever you want, especially if you enjoy writing for its own sake, the way I do. And I've certainly been guilty of going overboard—JacobB and I started, but did not finish, some very advanced stuff about multivariable calculus a while back.

You should be aware that there are templates you can put at the top of articles, explaining the level. See Tips_for_writing_math_and_science_articles#Notices_of_level_of_difficulty.

It used to be that writing stuff at too high a level would get you complained at, particularly by Ed Poor, who was took a very active interest in the subject. Those days seem to be in the past; he seems to have lost interest in math. In fact, there used to be a significant community of math people here. They are mostly gone. It's just you, me, and possibly a (very) few others.

Anyway, have fun!

SamHB 17:09, 3 July 2011 (EDT)