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    polynomials

    Hello!

    This isn't so much a question about math itself, but I figured help from internet peoplez would benefit me. My "science" fair project this year is a mathematics one and it would benefit me greatly if I had my work peer-reviewed. (I should clarify by saying that I haven't yet completed it, but I have hope, and if I do, then it won't be till about January.) It has to do with polynomials, (linear ordinary) differential equations, the Laplace Transform, a little basic stuff with vectors (I'm learning vector calculus right now, so the degree with which I use it may vary greatly), and maybe some polar stuff. Whom should I send it to? Apart from that, I'm still in high school and I want to go to Princeton, so would sending my stuff to them (at least for peer-review) earn me megabucks with admittance?

    Apologies if I've posted this in the wrong forum.

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    Dfrtbx
    Last edited by Dfrtbx; September 13th 2010 at 05:34 PM. Reason: clarification
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    I don't really see what you mean by peer-review, but I guess you just want other people to see if your work is correct? If that's what you wish then I think you should just post your work in the appropriate forums here.

    Not familiar with the american uni system so ill let someone else answer that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Defunkt View Post
    I don't really see what you mean by peer-review, but I guess you just want other people to see if your work is correct?
    Correct. Thanks for your suggestion and I'll certainly do that, but I was thinking more along the lines of suggestions for people with whom I could stay in contact with offline (such as someone at a university), and it doesn't neccesarily have to be an American one.
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    I assume by 'someone at a university' you mean someone in uni staff, like a lecturer or teaching assistant? If so then I think there are some in this forum.
    If you mean anyone that studies in a university, then I can help you with what little I know. You can pm me if you want other forms or contact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dfrtbx View Post
    Correct. Thanks for your suggestion and I'll certainly do that, but I was thinking more along the lines of suggestions for people with whom I could stay in contact with offline (such as someone at a university), and it doesn't neccesarily have to be an American one.
    You could try contacting university department heads who may refer you further on to other people.
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