Greetings, proofathoners! I was recently inducted as a problem writer in the Proofathon contest, and it really is hard work creating quality problems! That's why we would all appreciate it if **you** could participate in the upcoming Proofathon Calculus Competition!

It starts tomorrow (6/27/2014) at midnight and ends on the 6th of July, 11:59 PM (all EST). So get going, and sign up here!

To sign up for proofathon, go click the "log in" button, then scroll down to the "sign up" form. Fill in your information, and you're ready to go. Just go to the contests page when the competition starts to begin competing.

We look forward to seeing future proofathoners heading our way!

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TopNewestThe competition starts today! Good luck to all \(\ddot\smile\)

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Congratulations Daniel Liu! :)

I am definitely going to participate in this contest.

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I nose 0 Calculus \(\ddot \frown\)

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you know everything :)

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Are you a mixture of David and Daniel? :D

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Nice to meet you Daniel Lee. Your little bro is pretty pro. :D

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Why does this have so many upvotes

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Sibling feuds are funny.

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MWAHAHAHA EDITING MY BROTHER'S POSTS IS AWESOME

btw i edited it and took out the "0"

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@Daniel Liu , I wanted a clarification regarding question 3 wherein it is asked to obtain the two functions. On integrating, I get some unknown, arbitrary constants for which there isn't any condition to obtain their specific values. So how should I give the answer?

Thanks in advance.

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You may find a specific pair of functions, or a family of possible functions. I'm not sure, since I didn't make the problem, but I think that is what you have to do.

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This is standard in maths competitions, especially in differential (functional) equations. You should say "for some arbitrary constants [blah blah blah...]"

Hope this helps! :)

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@Daniel Liu hI Daniel i have actually never participated in this contest but how good should you be to participate in this contest?

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It doesn't matter! You can still just do the competition for fun. So you have nothing to lose; just join!

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Yeah, you can easily pick off 1 or 2 problems without any Calculus knowledge! \(\Tiny \text{[deleted by moderator]}\)

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@Finn Hulse why does it say deleted by a moderator

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How did the competition go, everybody?

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In problem 6, do we have an independence assumption of having that property ?

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Yes.

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Please incorporate that into the problem statement.

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@Cody Johnson about it. He's the one who can edit. I can't really do anything about it :/

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does anyone know why can't I sign up for the Proofathon account? I always encounter error 404 page after clicking sign up button

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@Cody Johnson

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Please keep all posts on-topic! Any off-topic posts will be deleted. @David Lee Please keep this in mind. If too many off-topic posts are made, this thread will be closed.

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Ahaan, this is a forum for Proofathoners to connect. I think you should be lenient with your moderation. Off-topic comments should be fine.

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