A reader at the **Math 3** level can read the sorts of things that a research-level mathematician could — if you're Math 3, it's okay to throw LaTeX formulas straight at you, using standard notation, with a minimum of handholding.

At the Math 3 level, different schools of mathematics may have their own standard notation, so somebody who is Math 3 in one discipline or subject may not necessarily be Math 3 in another.

## Writing for a Math 3 audience

When writing for a Math 3 audience, all bets are off on readability. You can use as much formal notation as you like in order to define your point properly and clearly.

## Comments

Eric Rogstad

Would be great to have an example of the kind of formula one might expect to see.

Mark Chimes

Patrick LaVictoire I think that's a fair assumption for the moment. Later as Arbital grows the requisites can be refined to Calculus 0, 1, 2, 3; abstract algebra 0, 1, 2, 3 etc. Or else pages can just make use of specific pages as requisites (e.g. do you know what a 'group homomorphism' is).