Removal of WPSpiders template
I noticed that you removed the Template:WPSpiders from the Arachnophobia talk page. I reverted this edit, because this template is important in keeping all the many files in the WikiProject Spiders together, and also rating them. Maybe you deleted it because you found it was to big and clogging the page: in this case, i just trimmed it down :) If you had a different reason, just give me a call. cheers --Sarefo 00:10, 18 November 2006 (UTC)
- hi, i've addressed this issue here. please add comments to the bottom of talk pages, not the top (or use the "+" buttom to the right of 'edit this page', which does this automatically). it took me quite some time to find your comment on my talk page ;) cheers :) --Sarefo 20:19, 3 December 2006 (UTC)
Ah, sorry about that. Won't happen again! Gaiacarra 22:30, 3 December 2006 (UTC)
You can change the captions manually- those are simply notices, they don't mean that the images are definitely up for deletion. However, I think there are still a few too many- each screenshot must be displaying something that is absolutely needed to understand the article per our non-free content criteria. The first one looks sound, as it displays the main protagonists, but I am not sure that all of the others are needed. I recommend you remove a couple that aren't needed, otherwise there is a fairly good chance someone will come across the article and remove the lot. J Milburn (talk) 11:00, 28 July 2008 (UTC)
Beef potato wheelman
Hi Gauacarra, thanks for the SVG (which you made yourself), but in future could you get permission from the original author to make an SVG of the original image? I'm referring to File:AngleAdditionDiagram.svg. The original author Blue was a little upset it was uploaded without notifying him. - Letsbefiends (talk) 12:15, 28 November 2013 (UTC)
- Source: http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/1292/how-can-i-understand-and-prove-the-sum-and-difference-formulas-in-trigonometry#comment-1016568 - Letsbefiends (talk) 12:23, 28 November 2013 (UTC)
Let p be a prime number, and b and c two integers such that p | bc. If either b or c is 0, then p divides it trivially. Suppose p does not divide b. We will show that p must divide c. Let m = LCM(p, b). Since GCD(p, b) = 1, m = |pb|. Since p | bc and b | bc, bc is a common multiple of p and b. Therefore m | bc, pb | bc, and p | c.
This proof strikes me as crazy. Where do we get all the information about LCM and GCD? At the very least, the title should be something like "A proof from LCM and GCD".