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=How to Use an Image Page=
 
=How to Use an Image Page=
  
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An image page is created under an template and every page has a a main image on the top right corner with the field of mathematics which the image falls under and its origin. On the left side of the image, there is usually a small paragraph explaining the basic ideas underlying the image.
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Next comes the main body of the page with a content box to facilitate easy navigation. A page usually comes in 8 parts, '''1. Basic Description''','''2. A More Mathematical Explanation''', '''3. Why is it interesting?''', '''4. Teaching Materials''', '''5. About the Creator of this Image''', '''6. Related Links''', '''7. Notes''' and '''8. References'''. '''A More Mathematical Explanation''' is hidden by default to make the page more user friendly.
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==1. Basic Description==
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This section gives a brief introduction and outline of the rest of the page so as to give the reader an idea of what to expect and what are the topics that are being covered. It usually starts with some interesting questions or facts relating to the main image and gets the readers curious to read on.
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==2. A More Mathematical Explanation==
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This section gives a mathematical explanation of the topics relating to the image. It usually starts with a simple ideas and gradually introduces new and harder concepts. Sometimes,
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=Contribution=
 
=Contribution=

Revision as of 13:22, 20 July 2010

Introduction to the Math Images Project

Welcome all those who enjoy interesting images, to the Math Images Project!

Our goal is to give people a new and enjoyable perspective on mathematics and to encourage people to learn even more by contributing to our site!

Each topic explained on our site is accompanied by images and real-world applications, so we hope you can learn something interesting even if you haven't enjoyed math in the past. We also include detailed mathematical explanations of the same topics to provide advanced readers with an opportunity to research and learn.

The Project aims to introduce the public to mathematics through beautiful and intriguing images available on the web. Using MediaWiki software, the Project encourages a collaborative atmosphere in which contributors find images and write about them both to learn the mathematics involved and to explain it to others. Ideally, the page creators will interact with users of the site to clarify and enrich the material.

Navigation

How to Use an Image Page

An image page is created under an template and every page has a a main image on the top right corner with the field of mathematics which the image falls under and its origin. On the left side of the image, there is usually a small paragraph explaining the basic ideas underlying the image.

Next comes the main body of the page with a content box to facilitate easy navigation. A page usually comes in 8 parts, 1. Basic Description,2. A More Mathematical Explanation, 3. Why is it interesting?, 4. Teaching Materials, 5. About the Creator of this Image, 6. Related Links, 7. Notes and 8. References. A More Mathematical Explanation is hidden by default to make the page more user friendly.

1. Basic Description

This section gives a brief introduction and outline of the rest of the page so as to give the reader an idea of what to expect and what are the topics that are being covered. It usually starts with some interesting questions or facts relating to the main image and gets the readers curious to read on.

2. A More Mathematical Explanation

This section gives a mathematical explanation of the topics relating to the image. It usually starts with a simple ideas and gradually introduces new and harder concepts. Sometimes,

Contribution