Wikipedia:WikiProject Mathematics

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The tesseract, the four-dimensional analog of the cube.
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Mathematics portal

How to help – open tasks and things to do

Contributors – a list of project participants. Please introduce yourself.

Advice on using Wikipedia for mathematics self-study


Lists of mathematics topics

Recent activity on mathematics articles

500 most popular articles

Article alerts (watch)

Editor resources

Mathematics reference resources

Mathematics editor resources

Manual of style for mathematics

Conventions – naming and terminology conventions

Guide to creating mathematical formulas and comparison of different encodings

Mathematics templates

Subpages and subprojects

Math Wikipedia 1.0

Mathematical Graphics

Mathematical Typography

WikiProject Mathematics Competitions (Defunct)

Proofs – essay on proofs and proof style

Foundations of mathematics – an essay

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Discussion pages

Main discussion page

Mathematics reference desk

This project aims to enable Wikipedians to cooperate, make suggestions and share ideas on the organization and improvement of the mathematics coverage of Wikipedia. Everyone is welcome to join in this endeavor.

Many such suggestions and guidelines have been developed since the project began. A particularly useful collection can be found in the Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Mathematics, which contains a detailed discussion of issues related to writing mathematics articles on Wikipedia.

However, it is important for all of us to remember that these are only suggestions: they should help to give us focus, and inspire our contributions, but no one should feel obliged to follow (or even read) them. This WikiProject is not prescriptive. The suggestions are intended to be helpful for those who are not sure what to write, or how they can contribute, but they should not distract anyone wanting to contribute from our main purpose: to write and improve mathematics articles!

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