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It seems there's a market for MathematicsFault.com

Any takers?

Mid-term season.

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There is still a substantial void that needs filling for math questions that are more along the lines of the questions asked on this site, e.g. people asking questions anywhere along the spectrum from simple stuff to moderately complicated but not expert mathematics.

Mathoverflow is for serious/academic/research mathematics and they close down almost all questions below that threshold.

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any reason http://mathoverflow.net/ can't work?

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Hah! Or ClassAttendanceFault.com –  Izzy Nov 3 '09 at 7:19
    
They should have bought DivideByZero.com as well. –  random Nov 3 '09 at 7:24
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The linked question would be more appropriate for basic-arithmetic-help.com. –  Greg Hewgill Nov 3 '09 at 8:16
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Jeff: yes, mathoverflow.net only welcomes research/serious mathematical questions. –  Jason S Jan 5 '10 at 15:51

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