Welcome to a brand new Wiki-style site that is intended to develop into a large store of useful mathematical problem-solving techniques. Some of these techniques will be very general, while others will concern particular subareas of mathematics. All of them will be techniques that are used regularly by mathematical problem-solvers, at every level of experience. We hope you will enjoy using the site and that many people will contribute to it. If you are new to the Tricki, then you may wish to begin by investigating the following links, which will take you to more detailed discussions of what the site is, what we hope it will eventually become, how to contribute, how to edit existing contributions, how to make comments, and more.

This is a good starting point if you want to go straight to the articles.

If you want to know more about the Tricki, then the following pages may help.

Guidelines for writing Tricki articles

How do I create a Tricki article?

What is a Tricki article allowed to be about?

What is the best way to look for a Tricki article on a given topic?

What if I just want to browse?

How do I make my article show up in searches?

How do I edit or comment on an existing article?

What is the best way to make a suggestion about the Tricki?

Why have a separate site rather than simply using Wikipedia?

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