# User talk:Todd

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## prime 2

$\displaystyle 2^{2976221}-1$

## a test 2

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## a

Todd 15:36, 28 January 2007 (MST)

$\displaystyle 22+\frac{\pi}{\int_3^6 x\,dx}$

## A (useful?) suggestion

Why not just do away with the "Mathematics Encyclopedia" section? It's easier for most people to just look on wikipedia. Besides most of it just looks copied anyway. Just a suggestion. What do you think?

$\displaystyle x^2\,$

$\displaystyle x^612341341234\,$

Yo what's good Professor Awsomeness!! Trinigyal 01:42, 24 March 2008 (EDT)

## Email

Hey Todd,

I sent you an email a couple days ago. If you have not seen it or just have not had time to respond or whatever, no big deal, but just in case it went to your junk mail or something, I thought I'd mention it here as well.

Thanks Geoff

$\displaystyle \int_1^4 x^{34} dx\,$

## Malicious user account

Todd,

You may want to look into this user's posts

$\displaystyle y=8.614 \ln(0.00133721 x)\,$