User talk:Jsondow

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Name: Ali Abtan Date of birth: May, 27,1992 E -mail:

 I am sending this message to reveal about solving the oldest mathemtical problem in Number Theory ( prime counting function) , I have found the theory for it so I would like to be on Wikipedia and it has been accepted and published in ( international research publication house).

You can find on there website or you can find on google ( Ali Abtan Theory).

Thanks — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ali Abtan (talkcontribs) 02:02, 18 May 2015 (UTC)

Welcome and introduction[edit]

Hi, Jsondow. This is NOT some automated's from a real person. You can talk to me right now. Welcome to Wikipedia! I noticed you've just joined, and wanted to give you a few tips to get you started. If you have any questions, please talk to us. The tips below should help you to get started. Best of luck!  Chzz  ►  15:42, 3 August 2009 (UTC)

  • You don't need to read anything - anybody can edit; just go to an article and edit it. Be Bold, but please don't put silly stuff in - it will be removed very quickly, and will annoy people.
  • Ask for help. Talk to us live, or edit this page, put {{helpme}} and describe what help you need. Someone will reply very quickly - usually within a few minutes.
  • Edit existing articles, before you make your own. Look at some subjects that you know about, and see if you can make them a bit better. For example, Wikipedia:Cleanup#2009.
  • When you're ready, read about Your first article. It should be about something well-known, and it will need references.

Good luck with editing; please drop me a line some time on my own talk page.

There's lots of information below. Once again, welcome to the fantastic world of Wikipedia!

--  Chzz  ►  15:42, 3 August 2009 (UTC)

Getting started
Policies and guidelines
The community
Writing articles

How references work[edit]

Simple references[edit]

These require two parts;

Chzz is 98 years old.<ref> "The book of Chzz", Aardvark Books, 2009. </ref>

He likes tea. <ref> [ Tea website] </ref>
b) A section called "References" with the special code "{{reflist}}";
== References ==

(an existing article is likely to already have one of these sections)

To see the result of that, please look at user:chzz/demo/simpleref. Edit it, and check the code; perhaps make a test page of your own, such as user:Jsondow/reftest and try it out.

Named references[edit]

Chzz was born in 1837, <ref name="MyBook">
"The book of Chzz", Aardvark Books, 2009. 
</ref> in Footown.<ref name="MyBook"/>

Note that the second usage has a / (and no closing ref tag). This needs a reference section as above; please see user:chzz/demo/namedref to see the result.

Citation templates[edit]

You can put anything you like between <ref> and </ref>, but using citation templates makes for a neat, consistent look;

Chzz has 37 Olympic medals. <ref> {{Citation
 | last = Smith
 | first = John
 | title = Olympic medal winners of the 20th century
 | publication-date = 2001
 | publisher = [[Cambridge University Press]]
 | page = 125
 | isbn = 0-521-37169-4

Please see user:chzz/demo/citeref to see the result.

For more help and tips on that subject, see user:chzz/help/refs.

If you're needing more help[edit]

If you need more help, you can either;

  • Leave a message on my own talk page; OR
  • Use a {{helpme}} - please create a new section at the end of your own talk page, put {{helpme}}, and ask your question - remember to 'sign' your name by putting ~~~~ at the end; OR
  • Talk to us live, with this or this.

Upper bound on sigma[edit]

I have a question for you at Talk:Divisor function#Unconditional upper bound relating to the unconditional bound.

CRGreathouse (t | c) 19:43, 15 February 2011 (UTC)

I answered there. (Sorry for the delay. I only now checked my Talk page.) Jsondow (talk) 15:43, 3 December 2011 (UTC)


Well, unfortunately what you propose is impossible: Carella has many avatars... It's better to take it on the light side. With colleagues we invented a new game we call "Carella": pick up a Carella paper (on ArXiv of course, there aren't any elsewhere); the last one to find a fatal mistake in the paper pays the round of drinks. Sapphorain (talk) 10:05, 18 June 2013 (UTC)