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Where to ask questions on mathematics

I know the site mathoverflow.com and have posted questions. But unfortunately no one give me an answer if I post here. Can anybody help me? It is not homework.

Because I know somebody will say it is homework, asking "what you have tried?". But this is not so. I don't know how to solve. Please, if it is possible I will post here, OK?

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migrated from stackoverflow.com Jun 6 '10 at 13:45

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marked as duplicate by Ladybug Killer, Grace Note, juanformoso, balpha, Pëkka Jun 6 '10 at 14:15

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As has been pointed out to you before, this is not a maths Q&A site. – nb69307 Jun 6 '10 at 13:38
    
SO is for programming-related questions. The above question is not accepted either. The above is a question about SO itself, and such questions should be posted at meta. – Andreas Rejbrand Jun 6 '10 at 13:38
    
MO is for PhD-level maths, not high-school algebra :-) – paxdiablo Jun 6 '10 at 13:44
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Why was this migrated to Meta? – Pëkka Jun 6 '10 at 14:15

Better keep the math staffs in the related site. This is only for direct programming problems.

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And that had to be a comment not an answer... – Betamoo Jun 6 '10 at 13:46

Don't ask if you may ask your question. Just post it and if it fits in SO topics it will be answered.

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And that had to be a comment not an answer... – Betamoo Jun 6 '10 at 13:46

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