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    Maths using , moments, reactions & magnitudes.

    Hi, i could really do with some help to solve this problem.
    cheers IVA.
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    Really, it doesn't matter how many different places you post your homework. You will not learn much if you never show any work at all.
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    Yeah, your right , it doesnt matter how many maths sites i join, but i have learnt 1 thing, and is that the sites all make a lot of excuses not to help, like - attachements are to small, dont like PDF`s, the best one - most people dont like to download/open attachments. Also, if i had work to show i would. I was at least after some ideas to point me in the right direction.
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    Personally, I would start with course materials or lecture notes. I do not believe you have NO idea. You must be able to do SOMETHING. Show us ANYTHING. Trust me on this. You will learn if you show us something. There are people here who could write the books, but that will not help you if you have no idea how to read the book you have.

    Throw us a bone. It's free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IVABIGGEN View Post
    Yeah, your right , it doesnt matter how many maths sites i join, but i have learnt 1 thing, and is that the sites all make a lot of excuses not to help, like - attachements are to small, dont like PDF`s, the best one - most people dont like to download/open attachments. Also, if i had work to show i would. I was at least after some ideas to point me in the right direction.
    The objections you list are valid objections, not excuses.

    Also, please keep in mind that no-one here is being paid to provide you with the free help that you want. So the least you can do is play ball ....
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    Hi, under this forum High School & Pre-Uni Maths in the other topics section i have posted 7 posts, including 3 posts ,workings/ problems that i have tried to work out and posted just to get my work checked out. Total replies 1, saying people dont like to open attachments. If thats any help, could you at least check the ones i have tried to work out.
    thanks for the help, cheers IVA.
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