Is posting AoPS Questions here allowed? 


PS please stop flagging my questions and answers it is really not encouraging. 

 May 8, 2021

Rather than asking us that question,  why don't you just honour the agreement you have made with your online school.


If you have agreed to not ask for external help and then you ask anyway,  You are cheating.

Do you think we should encourage blatant cheating on this site?

 May 8, 2021

Looking at the AoPS Honor Code here: https://artofproblemsolving.com/school/handbook/current/honorcode which seems to pop up every class that starts for you, it clearly says that "You should not search for potential solutions to problems online or elsewhere. (Especially searching for the problem statement!) Using the internet in this way to search for answers is against our Course Policies! Instead, if you need some assistance with a particular problem, we welcome you to ask questions on your course message board. Your instructor and other AoPS staff members will be happy to help. Again, the solution that you submit should be your own solution in your own words. If you copy a solution from the internet into your submission, this is misrepresenting another person's work as your own. If you are reading a solution from the internet as you create your submission, this is misrepresenting another person's work as your own." So no.


Ok thanks for showing me that.  I may have been given misleading information.


Anyway, AoPS find the use of this site by their students infuriating.  

They say their questions are copyrighted.

They believe the use of this site interferes with their students' ability to figure things out for themselves.

Often (though not always) I agree with them, quick answers do not help anyone to problem solve.


And so, AoPS are not welcome here.

 May 8, 2021

Hey, Melody, I am a fan and I am very thankful that you unflagged and responded to my question. :)

Thank you and MathProblemSolver101 for answering. 

I didn't know how to do some of the hard problems, so I thought of posting it here, but I saw that the problems were copyrighted, so I decided to ask. I am lucky I asked xD. Thanks for responding, and about the thing about checking the agreement I made, I couldn't find it, sorry. 

Thank you.


Btw you should search up what a capybara is if you don't know what it is. 

AskNHelp  May 15, 2021

Hi AskNHelp,


I know what a Capybara is.  I have seen them in the wild in Peru.   wink


So I knew your icon was a Capybara.   :)


Mine is an Australian road sign.  Its message to motorists is fairly self-evident.   smiley

Melody  May 15, 2021

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