Wiki Collaboration party - Exponential Inequalities

Once again, a great weekend of discussion. Lots of people are excited that Physics has been added to the mix. Once again, if you're interested in seeing various wikis be done (e.g. Chemistry, Fluid Mechanics, Linear Algebra, etc), ping me and I will help you get set up!

We do have numerous pages that are being worked on, so we will only introduce 1 new pages this weekend, to allow everyone to catch up on the previous wiki collaborations. As more people participate and contribute, we can increase the amount of collaboration parties :)

Thanks to Xuming and Sandeep for their contributions on Circumcircle. It's an amazing piece :)

We are still in the process of working on, Simpson's Paradox, Differential Equations, Distinct Objects into Identical Bins, Magnetic field lines , Geometric Probability, Properties of Real Numbers.

This week, we will be improving:

Wiki pageExponential Inequalities
Hosted bySatyajit Mohanty
Supported byCalvin
Current statusBrainstorming
Target AudienceLevel 2 Algebra
MotivationTo be decided
Meeting at9/26 8am PDT, 8:30pm IST

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@Satyajit Mohanty Thanks for hosting this session!

Please reply to this comment if you would love to help out :)

Calvin Lin Staff - 5 years, 8 months ago

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@Satyajit Mohanty Can you also include (with a solution) this question of yours in the exponential inequalities wiki?

Samuel Jones - 5 years, 8 months ago

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