# User:Frohlich/Sandbox

A Template to indicate the level required to comprehend mathematical articles it has 2 parameters:

required:
"level" indicates the mathematical ability of the reader from elementary to Einstein (0,1,2,3,4). The template will not function if this is not set.
optional:
"AS" targets to: Article; Section; Paragraph; or Diagram. The parameter is not case sensitive although its name is. If the parameter is omitted the template defaults to: "article or section".

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${\displaystyle x+3=7}$
${\displaystyle x=?}$

appropriate for
still too tough for
Ed Poor.

${\displaystyle 3x-5y=6}$
${\displaystyle 2x+4y=2}$
${\displaystyle x=\ ?}$
${\displaystyle y=\ ?}$

This section deals with mathematical concepts appropriate for a student in mid to late high school

${\displaystyle y=\sin(x)\,}$
${\displaystyle {\frac {dy}{dx}}=\ ?}$

This paragraph deals with mathematical concepts appropriate for a student in late high school or early university.

${\displaystyle \sum _{n}n^{-s}=0}$
${\displaystyle \Re (s)=\ ?}$

This diagram deals with mathematical concepts appropriate for a student in late university or graduate level

QUANTUM

{{User:Frohlich/Sandbox|level=4}} NB: 'AS' is not set
{{User:Frohlich/Sandbox|level=3|AS=D}}
{{User:Frohlich/Sandbox|level=2|AS=p}}
{{User:Frohlich/Sandbox|level=1|AS=S}}
{{User:Frohlich/Sandbox|level=0|AS=A}}

{{User:Frohlich/Sandbox2|level=0|AS=A}}<
{{User:Frohlich/Sandbox2|level=1|AS=S}}
{{User:Frohlich/Sandbox2|level=2|AS=p}}
{{User:Frohlich/Sandbox2|level=3|AS=D}}
{{User:Frohlich/Sandbox2|level=4}} NB: 'AS' is not set

${\displaystyle x+3=7}$
${\displaystyle x=?}$

appropriate for
still too tough for
Ed Poor.

${\displaystyle 3x-5y=6}$${\displaystyle 2x+4y=2}$${\displaystyle x=\ ?}$
${\displaystyle y=\ ?}$

This section deals with mathematical concepts
appropriate for a student in
mid to late high school

${\displaystyle y=\sin(x)\,}$
${\displaystyle {\frac {dy}{dx}}=\ ?}$>

This paragraph deals with mathematical concepts
appropriate for a student in
late high school or early university.

${\displaystyle \sum _{n}n^{-s}=0}$${\displaystyle \Re (s)=\ ?}$

This diagram ideals with mathematical concepts
appropriate for a student in