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I am a Year 13 student studying maths, further maths, physics and chemistry at A2 level at Beverley Grammar and High Joint Sixth Form.

I am currently an undergraduate student reading Mathematics at the University of Bristol. I achieved A grades in maths, further maths, physics and chemistry at A-level, in addition to an A at AS-level in History, at Beverley Grammar and High Joint Sixth Form.

I have created the following pages:

* Polynomial

* Roots of Polynomials

* Complex Conjugate

* Time Dilation

* Length Contraction

* Lorentz Factor

* Simple Harmonic Motion

* Differentiation

* Integration

* Calculus

* Proof by Induction

* Proof

* Matrices

* Matrix Multiplication

* Matrix Transformation

* Determinant of a Matrix

* Vector

* Factor Theorem

* Remainder Theorem

* Pascal's Triangle

Please feel free to improve any of the above-mentioned pages.

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Some questions I have about formatting:

* How do you get "greater than or equal to", "less than or equal to", "not equal to" and "identical to" signs?

** EQN:x{\ge}y , EQN:x{\le}y , EQN:x{\ne}y , EQN:x{\equiv}y

* How can you get vector notation of the form AB with an arrow above?

** EQN:\vec{AB}

* How can you get *bold* font within EQN form or without having to leave spaces? e.g. vectors should be written in bold font: *i* , *j* , *k* , etc. Or how would you write |a| with the a in *bold* ?

* How can you get symbols above letters, i.e. hat, dot, double-dot, bar, etc.

** These two questions answered on the Maths Mode page - thanks for exploring the notation.

See MathsMode for more information. This site has some limitations, because the expression

cannot contain spaces. More about that if you ask.

* (Added later) I've now discovered that you can effectively leave spaces - use tildes ("~") instead.

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* !/ Thank you for your contributions - they're excellent. Remember, the idea is to give a quick skim of a topic so we can find links between them. Then provide pointers for more detailed information elsewhere. Your introductions are very good. Keep it up! !/

Quick links:

* Maths Mode

* Guest Editor