So why not have a math thread? Hopefully it isn't just me by myself in here, but I would think that there should be as much, if not more interest in maths than in programming anyways.
So what is welcome here? Anything math related! Random questions, theory, homework discussion, anything. But we must have proper etiquette (as arbitrarily determined by me with the following Dos and Don'ts.
Be respectful - don't be condescending or make fun of people. Not everyone is at the same level and we should all be here to learn or teach. There will be zero tolerance for excessive rudeness or trolling.
Use google - If you are looking for help understanding or working out a problem, do a simple search to see if there are sufficient resources out there for you already. If it's a problem with many resources but you still don't understand, explain why.
Accurately explain your problem - if people are expected to put time into helping to explain a problem, then you should be putting the time in to accurately explain the problem so they can understand it.
Make your work readable. If you upload a scan/pdf, we need to be able to read the whole thing. If the equation is too complicated (symbols, sums, etc) to simply type out and you don't have a scanner, you can use latex online. There is a free editor: here.
Use this thread to cheat on homework. It's for learning. You don't learn by cheating. I don't think it's reasonably enforceable to try to stop people from cheating, but if people think you are only here for solutions then you will probably be shamed for it.
Take contributors for granted. Don't spam your questions, or get upset if you don't get answered. If you received help, maybe try to help others if you can. Or at least continue to be respectful.
Go off topic. If it's loosely related to math you can probably get away with it. If it's completely off topic you may lose privileges to post in here.