# Declaration

**1 Who we are?**

We are a group of Greek mathematicians and we made this website in order to discuss mathematics with other mathematicians from around the world and to promote discussions of mathematical topics.

μαθηματικοί (pronounce: máthēmátēkē ) is the Greek word for mathematicians.

**2 The website**

**2.1 Inside**

• **Questions and Answers: **On this website you can post mathematical questions or answer the existing ones.

• **Archives:** You can upload or download mathematical archives.

**2.2 Mathematical levels**

This site is for university undergraduate and graduate level mathematics, but also for specific areas, such as mathematical competitions and Euclidean geometry.

• Please, do NOT post (or respond to) questions of high-school level. There are many internet forums for questions of this level.

• do NOT post (or respond to) questions related to numerology, etc.

**2.3 Publication rules**

• Be polite. Do not be rude or dismissive. Inappropriate behaviour is not allowed and will be treated accordingly.

• Posts with mathematical formulas written in ascii format or as embedded images are not acceptable and will be removed.

• Before you post your question, try to solve it yourself. Write your questions in detail and, if any, the results of your efforts.

• Show understanding for those who know less math than you. (Nobody knows everything in maths!)

• Do not require an answer to your question at the time you want. The participation in the discussions is voluntary.

• Tick with appropriate tag (or tags) your question, so that it can be found easier from those interested to read it or respond to it.

• The moderators, when it is necessary and without prior notice to members involved in a conversation, can remove, modify or lock the post.

**2.4 Writing mathematical formulas**Use the known \(\rm\LaTeX\) code for writing mathematical formulas. (View wiki/Help:Formula for help. )

Mathematical expressions and formulas rendered by mathjax .

• For a mathematical formula in line, write the \(\rm\LaTeX\) code between \(\backslash(\) and \(\backslash)\), i.e. \(\backslash(\)latex code\(\backslash)\).

• For a centered mathematical formula, write the \(\rm\LaTeX\) code either between double dollars, or between \(\backslash[\) and \(\backslash]\),

i.e. \(\$\$\)latex code\(\$\$\), or \(\backslash[\)latex code\(\backslash]\).

NOTICE: the writing of in-line mathematical formula putting the \(\rm{\color{red}\LaTeX}\) code between simple \(\color{red}\$\), i.e. \(\color{red}\$\)latex code\(\color{red}\$\) NOT supported.