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Template:Math-level
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Math markup is not yet working at aSK, making many math pages look bad.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
<math>x+3=7</math> <math>x=\ ?</math> |
This article/section deals with mathematical concepts appropriate for a student in middle school or early high school. |
Math markup is not yet working at aSK, making many math pages look bad.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
<math>x^{2}-5x+6=0</math> <math>x=\ ?</math> |
This article/section deals with mathematical concepts appropriate for a student in mid to late high school. |
Math markup is not yet working at aSK, making many math pages look bad.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
<math>y = \sin(x)\,</math> <math>\frac{dy}{dx}=\ ?</math> |
This article/section deals with mathematical concepts appropriate for a student in late high school or early university. |
Math markup is not yet working at aSK, making many math pages look bad.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
<math>\sum_{n}n^{-s}=0</math> <math>\Re(s)=\ ?</math> |
This article/section deals with mathematical concepts appropriate for a student in late university or graduate level. |
Template: Math-level | |
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Use on/in | Maths articles |
Use for | Infobox |
Category template applies to page | Mathematics |
Template Parameters (See Template style manual). | ||||
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Name | Purpose | Required? | SMW property | Comment |
level | 0, 1, 2, or 3 | yes | for early HS, mid/late HS, late HS/early Univ, late univ |
Put one of these, with level 0, 1, 2, or 3, at the top of maths articles. Our articles cover a wide range or expertise, from middle school (but no lower!) to advanced undergraduate (but no higher!). Compatibility note: Some earlier versions of this template (at CP) used letters to indicate the level. e/m/h/a correspond to 0/1/2/3 respectively. ("elementary, middle, high, advanced".)