User talk:JamesWilson/Archive1

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KarajouTalk 00:04, 29 June 2010 (EDT)
Thank you, sir.--JamesWilson 13:03, 9 November 2010 (EST)



Congratulations on being a math contributor. We are a rare breed. A couple of comments about Additive_identity_property. It perhaps should be named just "Additive identity", to go along with the Multiplicative_identity article. And it should be less about the property and more about the number zero. Something along the lines of "zero is the additive identity, which means zero plus x equals x for all x". Or whatever. Also, it would be good to refer to the Group_(mathematics) page somehow. SamHB 00:06, 13 November 2010 (EST)

Nice to see a fellow math contributor here! I will take care of that. What math articles can be added? I would enjoy to work on some.--JamesWilson 14:02, 13 November 2010 (EST)

I would suggest contacting User:Ed Poor for advice on what is wanted. And me. But Ed should be your primary source. You might also want to look at the mathematics category page to get the lay of the land. (I can't get the wikilink for that to work. Type Category:Mathematics into the search bar to see it.) SamHB 15:42, 13 November 2010 (EST)
Excellent. I am looking forward to working on math articles with you!--JamesWilson 19:04, 13 November 2010 (EST)

If you are up for making some math contributions, please see the big section I just put on Ed Poor's talk page. It suggests some articles that would be very useful to write or fix. SamHB 22:19, 28 November 2010 (EST)

Excellent.--JamesWilson 13:14, 3 December 2010 (EST)

Please take a look at the bottom of my talk page, where we might be able to have more in-depth discussion of these things. Another thing you might want to do, if you're interested in high-volume discussions, is enable your email. When Jacob and I were working on the multivariable calculus course, we discussed things extensively by email, which is a better medium for such things.

I look forward to collaborating with you. SamHB 00:30, 6 December 2010 (EST)