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    Hello, all. Just signed up for the forum. This past November, after roughly 10 years in the mortgage business, I chose to start a new career teaching Algebra II and PreCal, and I'm loving it so far. Word up.
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    Re: New to the forum

    Quote Originally Posted by NicholasDeMaio View Post
    Hello, all. Just signed up for the forum. This past November, after roughly 10 years in the mortgage business, I chose to start a new career teaching Algebra II and PreCal, and I'm loving it so far. Word up.
    Glad to see you here and welcome to the Forum!

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    Re: New to the forum

    I'm having trouble locating the forum Rules page and technical FAQ. Do they exist, and if so, would someone kindly point me to them?
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    Re: New to the forum

    Quote Originally Posted by NicholasDeMaio View Post
    I'm having trouble locating the forum Rules page and technical FAQ. Do they exist, and if so, would someone kindly point me to them?
    I'm not seeing them either. There's no technical faq I'm aware of. Buried deep in the thread base are various instructional threads but you almost have to know exactly what they are to find them.

    The rules here are pretty brief

    a) don't spam
    b) be polite, we're all volunteers here
    c) we don't do your homework for you, we help you do your homework yourself
    d) we use English here. Some helpers may speak other languages but in general we speak English.
    e) please give the helpers a break regarding posting clear questions. Don't make us rotate your images, don't make us have to try and decipher illegible writing. If you're going to post lengthy mathematics please look into using LaTex.
    f) be patient - there is no "staff" here, helpers will answer your question (or not) when they get to it.
    g) don't post a question multiple times or in multiple forums.
    h) please keep it to one or two questions per post.
    i) you are much more likely to get a response if you post the work you have done on the problem and explain specifically where you are having trouble.

    pretty much just common sense.
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    Re: New to the forum

    Quote Originally Posted by NicholasDeMaio View Post
    I'm having trouble locating the forum Rules page and technical FAQ. Do they exist, and if so, would someone kindly point me to them?
    The link in my signature appears to be working. I haven't posted the rules in a sticky yet. Where did you find the link for the Forum Rules?

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