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    Question showing f is continious , with D a disection

    iv attacted the question...i think iv attached it ? aint got a clue where to begin
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    Quote Originally Posted by dopi View Post
    I've attached the question...I think I've attached it ? aint got a clue where to begin
    You didn't attach it.

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    Cool attached

    Quote Originally Posted by topsquark View Post
    You didn't attach it.

    -Dan
    iv jus edited it and attated it
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