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Could anybody please deal with the spam problem? (eg delete the spam accounts and protect registration with catchas.)

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Thanks! -Todd 12:50, 19 February 2009 (EST)

I'm sappu.Please help me solve this problem. Show that the portion of any tangent to the hyperbola,intercepted between the asymptotes is bisected at the point of contact. Thank you for spending your precious time for me.Please mail the answer at Thank you Thank you Thank you very much.

Interesting idea

Hi Todd. I stumbled onto your site from the link at:

Having a list of problems in all areas of mathematics (with solutions, no less) is a good idea. I'm surprised that there isn't something like this already at Wikipedia. Have you considered importing your work into Wikipedia, where it might have a larger audience? I'm sure that there would be other advantages as well. Just a thought. Best, Sam Nead.

Hmmmm. Perhaps I can answer my own question -- Wikipedia is an encyclopedia, not a textbook. So perhaps a list of problems and solutions would be more welcome at wikibooks. All the best, Sam Nead