# Difference between revisions of "Talk:Pythagorean Tree"

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+ | =Checklist for writing pages= | ||

+ | Completed by --[[User:Xtian1|Xtian1]] 10:14, 26 July 2013 (EDT) | ||

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+ | ==Messages to the Future== | ||

+ | *If someone can actually show what the limit of the area of the entire tree is, then please do it. | ||

+ | *If someone can explain more about perimeter and derive more math, then please do it. | ||

+ | |||

+ | ==References and Footnotes== | ||

+ | *Not applicable for this page. | ||

+ | |||

+ | ==Good writing== | ||

+ | ===Context=== | ||

+ | *The title image is interesting and the concept is pretty cool. | ||

+ | |||

+ | ===Quality of prose and page structuring=== | ||

+ | *Section title or first few sentences explain what section is about. | ||

+ | *Each section is relevant. | ||

+ | |||

+ | ===Integration of Images and Text=== | ||

+ | *Images are referred to. | ||

+ | |||

+ | ===Connections to Other Mathematical Topics=== | ||

+ | *Explained relationship to Pythagorean theorem. Besides that not many other connections. | ||

+ | |||

+ | ===Examples, Calculations, Applications, Proofs=== | ||

+ | *Numerical examples provided. | ||

+ | *Proofs and relationship to Pythagorean theorem established. | ||

+ | |||

+ | ===Mathematical Accuracy and Precision of Language=== | ||

+ | *All math is free of error (to my knowledge). | ||

+ | *Tone is casual while still maintaining some rigor (well I tried to make this as beginning high school level as I could). | ||

+ | *No new terms really show up. | ||

+ | |||

+ | ===Layout=== | ||

+ | *Text is in short paragraphs and images are distributed throughout. | ||

+ | *No awkward chunks of white space. | ||

+ | *Text wrapping doesn't cause problems. | ||

+ | *Images are in the correct location of the page. | ||

+ | *Viewed in different window sizes and saw no problems. | ||

+ | |||

+ | =Older Comments= | ||

+ | {{Hide|1= | ||

<font color=red>Hello John and Enri, | <font color=red>Hello John and Enri, | ||

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:::* Try to derive the surface area for any iteration. It isn’t easy, so it might take a while. If you don’t want/can’t do it, let me know. | :::* Try to derive the surface area for any iteration. It isn’t easy, so it might take a while. If you don’t want/can’t do it, let me know. | ||

− | Finally, I see two main options for the history of the tree: | + | Finally, I see two main options for the '''history of the tree''': |

1. Expand on it and make it a new section (history of something is not part of a more mathematical explanation). | 1. Expand on it and make it a new section (history of something is not part of a more mathematical explanation). | ||

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That’s it for now. Great job on the page so far, and good luck. | That’s it for now. Great job on the page so far, and good luck. | ||

− | --[[User:Xtian1| | + | |

+ | --[[User:Xtian1|Xintong Tian]] 11:50, 2 July 2013 (EDT)</font>}} |

## Latest revision as of 09:14, 26 July 2013

## Contents

# Checklist for writing pages

Completed by --Xtian1 10:14, 26 July 2013 (EDT)

## Messages to the Future

- If someone can actually show what the limit of the area of the entire tree is, then please do it.
- If someone can explain more about perimeter and derive more math, then please do it.

## References and Footnotes

- Not applicable for this page.

## Good writing

### Context

- The title image is interesting and the concept is pretty cool.

### Quality of prose and page structuring

- Section title or first few sentences explain what section is about.
- Each section is relevant.

### Integration of Images and Text

- Images are referred to.

### Connections to Other Mathematical Topics

- Explained relationship to Pythagorean theorem. Besides that not many other connections.

### Examples, Calculations, Applications, Proofs

- Numerical examples provided.
- Proofs and relationship to Pythagorean theorem established.

### Mathematical Accuracy and Precision of Language

- All math is free of error (to my knowledge).
- Tone is casual while still maintaining some rigor (well I tried to make this as beginning high school level as I could).
- No new terms really show up.

### Layout

- Text is in short paragraphs and images are distributed throughout.
- No awkward chunks of white space.
- Text wrapping doesn't cause problems.
- Images are in the correct location of the page.
- Viewed in different window sizes and saw no problems.

# Older Comments