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YourMathsTutor Maths Wikibook

Welcome to the open content maths textbook that anyone can edit! Share your maths knowledge and interests with the rest of the world. Write and edit articles on any maths-related topics. Remember that website has been created primarily to help students studying the for the UK's Key Stage 3, GCSE, AS and A Level mathematics and physics exams. Is there an article that you would like to see here? Why not write your own?

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Creating a new article

To create a new article type into the address bar of your browser “http://www.yourmathstutor.info/wiki/articles”, followed a colon, and then by the name of your new article. For example, to create a new article on simultaneous equations, you could type into the address bar…

http://www.yourmathstutor.info/wiki/articles:sim_eq

Assuming an article with the name “sim_eq” doesn't exist, you will be presented with a screen asking if you want to create your new article. Don't forget to add your new article to the list below.

Happy authoring :-) !

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