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Note Warning: My time zone is 5 hours behind the wiki one. Ex: 3:00 (15:00) at my house is 20:00 on the wiki.
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My Achievements

I created the 700th article on the Scratch Wiki, no matter how you look at it. The actual 700th was User:Curiouscrab/letter, so it doesn't make a difference which was 700th.

I created a new template called Divider which looks like this:

Divider 1 [edit]

Curiouscrab (talk | contribs) 20:15, 2 December 2012 (UTC)

I reported the 600th bug on the Beta site. This is a late announcement.[1]
Curiouscrab (talk | contribs) 01:45, 13 March 2013 (UTC)

I currently have achieved 3,940 edits while the wiki has only achieved 1,274 articles. I was curated Halloween night, 2012, by Nattie (Natural-Horses) for making Scratch Website and on the last day of life, the end of the world, by donahue33 for making Level Creator 2.0.


My Favorite Pages

My History

I started Scratch early 2012 and joined the Scratch Wiki sometime near the beginning of September end of August 2012 time.

First Edits

My first edits were for comments on various pages, My First Page (which is now a redirect), the Scratch Wiki:Cheatsheet, and the Scratch Design Studio.

First Page

My First Page was for me to use as well as new wiki members to use for help that gathered and organized what they would need instead of having the long list of navigations.

My Signature

Curiouscrab (talk | contribs) Initials: CC

My Formulas

4/6 = 2/3 | 4 * 3/6 = 2
4/6 = 2/3 | 2 / 3/6 = 4
x/6 = 2/3 | 2 / 3/6 = 4 (x = 4)
4/6 = x/3 | 4 * 3/6 = 2 (x = 2)
4 - multiply by new fraction/6 - larger, denominator
2 - divide into new fraction # of parts/3 - smaller, numerator

See also

This formula in action: Fraction Variable Solver