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7:09 AM
As I have mentioned a few times, usage of the tag is a bit unclear (or at least a bit inconsistent). In the question Theory of surfaces in $\mathbb{R}^3$ as level sets I have replaced (books) with (reference-request) - and I'm mentioning this here in case somebody else wants to check.
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Q: Theory of surfaces in $\mathbb{R}^3$ as level sets

Otis ChodoshIs there a book that treats the classical theory of surfaces in $\mathbb{R}^3$ from the point of view of level sets of a function? I seem to remember someone telling me that such a book exists, but I have not been able to find it. Alternatively, how far can one get into the theory of surfaces wi...

The tag-excerpt for (books):
> Questions in which books play a key-role, such as questions on antique books, e-books, difference between various editions of a book, etc. For questions asking for recommendations of books on some subject the tag textbook-recommendation is often more suitable.
 
 
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10:33 AM
I have created tag, we'll see how the tag is received by other users and whether it will be kept or not.
I was a bit unsure which tags to choose for this question. The tag (color-scheme) seems to be close to CSS's. I have created (user-scripts) tag - tag with this or similar name exists on some other metas, like Meta Stack Exchange, Meta Mi Yodeya, Meta Mathematics. — Martin Sleziak 1 min ago
 
 
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1:12 PM
Jun 14 at 13:39, by Turion
Still, with that restriction in place I feel de-incentivised to "batch-tag" questions
@Turion I will just mention that when I was posting this question I had also our previous conversation in mind: What do you use to mark questions that need editing when you want to avoid excessive bumping? However, I'm not really sure whether the advice given there offers anything beyond what is offered by common sense (and perhaps basic computer literacy in addition to that).
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Q: What do you use to mark questions that need editing when you want to avoid excessive bumping?

MartinAs far as I can tell, on many sites there is a consensus that it is better to avoid bumping too many questions at the same time. (At least on the sites I visit frequently I have seen some discussions about this - of course, depending on the size of the site, there can be a substantial difference ...

 
 
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3:10 PM
One month between edit suggestion and approval seems to be a new record: data.stackexchange.com/meta.mathoverflow/query/942627/… Of course, on the main site the difference is usually shorter: data.stackexchange.com/mathoverflow/query/942627/…
 
 
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Q: how to solve $\sum_{i=0}^n (x-\mu_i)e^{-(x-\mu_i)^2} = 0$

Bugloss92I’d like to solve following equation for x. If it is not possible, why I can’t? $$\sum_{i=0}^n (x-\mu_i)e^{-(x-\mu_i)^2} = 0$$

 
 
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5:55 PM
I have created tag-excerpt and a very basic tag-wiki for .
 

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