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What is reputation? Reputation is a rough measurement of how much the community trusts you; it is earned by convincing your peers that you know what you’re talking about. Knowing much about mathematics does not equate with knowing much about Mathematics Stack Exchange. Of course, these are not mutually exclusive, but they're two different things and we don'...


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A list of all of the tags can be found by clicking on the "Tags" link in the left-hand sidebar. This link will take you to a directory of the tags used on the specific site or meta site which you are currently visiting. The directory of tags used on Math Meta includes the following header: Hovering over the red "moderator-only-tag" at ...


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From What is "meta"? How does it work?: voting indicates agreement or disagreement with the proposed change rather than just the quality or usefulness of the post itself. The Help Center says it only applies to feature-requests, but in practice it often carries over to other types of questions as well. Whether that's a good practice is debatable: ...


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It depends on what you mean by most downvoted - whether you mean the lowest score or the most downvotes. For the lowest score you can simply choose the votes tab and then go to the end of the list. However, you can also create a SEDE query for questions with the lowest score. Using SEDE has the advantage that the data contains also the deleted questions, so ...


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The basic rules are: One can have more than one account. One must not do anything that one could not do with one account. This means it is not forbidden to engage in meta with a "second" account, especially not if one does not with the main one. I personally would advice against it except in special circumstances. Something I would find alright ...


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