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    Is there a forum for proper mathematics debate, i.e. interesting problems, discussion, etc. rather than just the endless "i'm stuck on this C1 problem" for example.
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    dont think so. but i guess there's always a first time
    ediy: there wouldnt be a forum just for maths debates. all the maths would normally go under the maths fourm
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    you're more likely to get a discussion about maths in the university subforums

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    (Original post by neha p)
    dont think so. but i guess there's always a first time
    ediy: there wouldnt be a forum just for maths debates. all the maths would normally go under the maths fourm
    Ye i know. What im talking about is a maths forum minus the A-level problems or thread about uni offers. Not that i have anything against these, but i think they should go in a separate forum. Does anyone else agree?
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    (Original post by neha p)
    dont think so. but i guess there's always a first time
    ediy: there wouldnt be a forum just for maths debates. all the maths would normally go under the maths fourm
    If you use language like "maths debates", you'll probably get a warning...

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    y make things complicated. jus have all things maths related in a maths forum LoL. There are alot of C1 help mainly because no other "debate, i.e. interesting problems, discussion, etc." are posted.
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    (Original post by inequality)
    Ye i know. What im talking about is a maths forum minus the A-level problems or thread about uni offers. Not that i have anything against these, but i think they should go in a separate forum. Does anyone else agree?
    Because I mostly go on the maths forum, and when I have a quick spare minute I usually come on just to see what's going on and I just want to check one forum. So I prefer it like this.
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    (Original post by [email protected])
    Because I mostly go on the maths forum, and when I have a quick spare minute I usually come on just to see what's going on and I just want to check one forum. So I prefer it like this.
    and that too
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    (Original post by Syncman)
    y make things complicated. jus have all things maths related in a maths forum LoL. There are alot of C1 help mainly because no other "debate, i.e. interesting problems, discussion, etc." are posted.
    (Original post by [email protected])
    Because I mostly go on the maths forum, and when I have a quick spare minute I usually come on just to see what's going on and I just want to check one forum. So I prefer it like this.
    Yea, I feel the same way. If there are any 'maths debates' it should be here so I don't have to look through too many forums.
 
 
 
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