# User contributions

## 1 September 2007

## 1 December 2006

## 2 November 2006

## 29 October 2006

## 8 October 2006

## 7 October 2006

### CPAM with TWW/Developer Guide

Reverted edit of Cyp, changed back to last version by Tjyang

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### CPAM with TWW/Developer Guide

Rollback all changes, not just one

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### Wikijunior:Big Book of Fun Science Experiments/Osmosis in eggs

Reverted edit of 75.19.7.128, changed back to last version by Jguk

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## 6 October 2006

## 15 March 2006

## 14 March 2006

## 14 September 2005

## 28 August 2005

## 15 September 2004

### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

Changing U_3 to fit rule d/dx T_4(x) = 3 U_3(x), and so image looks prettier

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### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

No idea what the point of chebyshev polynomials of the second kind is, but here's a graph.

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### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

proof that -> prove that

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## 12 September 2004

### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

Adding graph

### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

Adding graph

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## 7 February 2004

### Discrete Mathematics/Number theory

''x'' and ''y'' -> ''u'' and ''v'' for consistency

m+70

### MediaWiki:Loginend

Removing duplicate sentence

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### MediaWiki:Loginend

Replacing "<loginend>" with en:MediaWiki:Loginend text

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## 25 January 2004

### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

Fixing range to match, oops...

m### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

Fixing range to match, oops...

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### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

Explaining integral

### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

Explaining integral

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### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

+"are", deleted by mistake somehow...

m### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

+"are", deleted by mistake somehow...

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### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

"T<sub>n</sub> is an ''n''th-degree polynomial containing every second power of ''x''."

m### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

"T<sub>n</sub> is an ''n''th-degree polynomial containing every second power of ''x''."

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### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

First few polynomials

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### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Chebyshev Polynomials

Giving actual function

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## 1 January 2004

## 20 December 2003

### Template:In use

Attempting to make sign more noticable...

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### Puzzles/Logic puzzles/Getting out of Prison/Solution

Gender consistency

m+3

### C Programming/Variables

3.14159f -> 3.1415926f, 3.14159 -> 3.1415926535897932

m+13

### C Programming/Variables

-2147483648 to 2147483647, char asdf=123 not always bad.

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## 14 December 2003

## 2 December 2003

### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Delaunay triangulation

on a 2d plane

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### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Delaunay triangulation

Adding image

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### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Delaunay triangulation

Moving space

m### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Delaunay triangulation

Should exist and be unique, not just in the 2d plane, d -> n

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### Trigonometry/For Enthusiasts/Delaunay triangulation

Relation to convex hull, general position in more dimensions

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## 30 November 2003

## 10 November 2003

## 9 November 2003

### Physics Study Guide/Vectors and scalars

Scalar product is a scalar

+96

### Physics Study Guide/Work

Rephrasing attempt

+64

### Physics Study Guide/Work

Integral for nonconstant force

+78

### Physics Study Guide/Work

product -> scalar product

+211