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This tag is used for questions that ask users to discuss an idea, concept, or problem in an abstract way. A discussion question may not necessarily have a clear-cut right or wrong answer and is often subjective. On Meta, you do not need to use community-wiki mode for subjective topics unless you are asking a "poll" question.

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The most interesting aspect for me is the "elementary puzzle questions", questions which are natural, require some thought, and are elementary in nature. In that respect, the advantage of Math.SE over …
answered Apr 30 '11 by Yuval Filmus
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Works really slowly in Firefox 3.6.11 on MacOS X, perhaps for the reason mentioned here; it just takes ages until it starts rendering. In MO there's no delay but it's still a bit slow.
answered Oct 26 '10 by Yuval Filmus
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This site is what we make of it. People with more advanced knowledge (not necessarily smarter, just more experienced) can answer questions that beginning students often can't, so these questions shoul …
answered Jan 31 '11 by Yuval Filmus
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The question in question asks whether the AM-GM inequality can be, in some sense, reduced to the case where there is equality. I think this is a reasonable question, and here is a proposed plan for an …
asked Apr 30 '11 by Yuval Filmus
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This question was promptly closed. It is asking about theorems which were shown to be true with probability zero. There are some classic results in complexity theory fitting the bill. For example, re …
asked Jun 15 '11 by Yuval Filmus
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It is customary in this site not to add Thanks at the end of the post, and by now this practice has become a faux pas. Whatever the original reasons and the perceived advantages of this choice, now it …
answered Jul 31 '15 by Yuval Filmus
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Are we ready to follow up the suggestions in the following answer? The tags [recursive] and [recurrence-relation]
answered Jun 9 '11 by Yuval Filmus