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Citation neededEdit

Can you explain why you replaced the 'citation needed' flag in standard deviation? I think it is nonsense to put citations to every easily provable fact that can be checked in many different standard textbooks. What is then, according to you, the wikipedia standard? Why is a citation needed for this mathematical fact and not for all the other mathematical facts, formulae, etc. in this article. Or do you think that those should be tagged also. By the way, what do you think how it looks to the reader? It looks as if there is doubt about these facts, which is absolutely nonsense. KKoolstra (talk) 20:16, 28 January 2012 (UTC)[]

All this is explained at Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Mathematics. Among other things, it says that if a citation is requested one should be supplied. Readers cannot be expected to investigate untold text books to find a source. See also Wikipedia:Verifiability. As far as I know, "how it looks to the reader" is not one of the criteria for deciding inclusion in Wikipedia. Melcombe (talk) 20:35, 28 January 2012 (UTC)[]

Incorrect interwikisEdit

Hi, My bot did that automatically, Any bot could do the same thing. Someone may put incorrect interwikis about white elephant in wrong page. I can't find where is the wrong page to fix it my self. Thanks for understanding.--M.Gedawy Talk 11:17, 27 March 2012 (UTC) []

  • OK, It's just that I can't find either which page is the 'cause' of the wrong links. I hope it is fixed now. KKoolstra (talk) 18:22, 27 March 2012 (UTC)[]

Replied at my talkpage.Edit

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