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Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by ojeka, Jul 11, 2012.

  1. ojeka

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    [​IMG] Help help my fellow good friends
    am a year three (3) student currently writing exams and my lecturer gave an assignment to be submitted on the exams day19th July, 2012 precisely, i need this help badly i think here is the right place. I am looking forward for responsible help. As i continue writing my exams, i will always check for response thank.
     
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  2. ojeka

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    Attached files are the scanned questions questions. Thanks
     
  3. mcgyvr

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    We don't do your homework for you..
    We will help if you actually show that you have attempted to answer the problems of which you have NOT.
    This should belong in the homework section of the forum.

    WTF is with the giant red text in your first post..
     
  4. BMorse

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    lmao :D, apparently he thinks it would get someone to do his homework for him....
     
  5. takao21203

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    GD LUK!!!

    Another example how DIVERSIFIED the university system can be.

    If the request for help is genuine at all.
     
  6. takao21203

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    And I was thinking it's a coupon for a free Big Mac Meal!
     
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  8. bountyhunter

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    A third year graduate ought to be able to do resistance combining exercises. These problems are not hard at all.
     
  9. DerStrom8

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    I'm thinking I learned that sort of thing during my first year, even more so in my second. Honestly, you should at least be able to attempt it on your own. If you have any specific questions after trying it yourself, we'll be able (and by "able" I mean "willing") to help you find where you went wrong.
     
  10. strantor

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    ojeka, please edit your profile and update your location. This will help us determine whether or not you are from India.
     
  11. R!f@@

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    I need answers now !!!
     
  12. atferrari

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    "responsible help".

    Troll, isn't it?
     
  13. DerStrom8

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  14. #12

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    Yeah, right.
     
  15. justtrying

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    HERE BOY!!!

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  16. bountyhunter

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    It may sound unkind, but I see so much of this and I assume it is from raising a generation of engineers who rely on simulating everything. Reminds me of a Star Trek episode where Checkov was explaining the navigation system:

    Checkov: "The navigation computers give us the course to any place we want to go."

    Observer: "So the computers tell you what to do and you do what they tell you."


    Checkov: "Yes..... I mean no.... I mean we use our own judgement also."


    Nobody should be allowed to use a computer unless they are smart enough to know when it's lying.
     
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  17. ojeka

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    yes it is possible anyway but not everywhere, where am schooling (Nigeria) the standard matters allot so if there is help that is what i need now.
     
  18. takao21203

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    OK look- a reply that has direct correlation.
    Maybe it should be attempted to answer the questions?

    Suggestion 1: Put the question in the thread title.

    Suggestion 2: Buy a resistors kit, a 6V battery, a digital multimeter or two, some small bulbs or LEDs.

    Then experiment! If you don't get along with these simple components, feel free to ask further questions.
     
  19. ojeka

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    yes it is possible anyway but not everywhere, where am schooling (Nigeria) the standard matters allot so if there is help that is what i need now.
    sir, not that am here to explore my senior men's but to get what is need (help) though i dont know most of the steps here for possible help that's why. i think it will not be wise if one trow away a child together with s bow because the water is dirty.
     
  20. takao21203

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    OK I don't know how much USD 20 is in relation to Nigeria economy.
    Here in Europe it is not much indeed.

    1: 1W resistor kit
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Metal-Film-Resistor-1W1-Assortment-Kit-500pcs-50-value-/320412554563

    2: Multimeter 2pcs
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/LCD-Digital-Multimeter-Voltmeter-Ammeter-Ohmmeter-YH102-/250870649904

    3: 6V bulbs
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Box-of-10-1482-Lamp-Bulb-Lightbulbs-6-V-2-7-W-0-45-A-/110651438956

    4: E10 bulb sockets
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/10PCS-E10-Led-Screw-Base-Panel-PCB-Socket-/200723524350

    5: 12V eletronic transformer
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Transfo...12V-3A-36W-Power-Supply-Adapter-/230752379251

    Ohm's law / Kirchhoff distribution are indeed essential to know, if you have anything to do with electronics.

    Only reading books is not much a helping!

    You should make experiments.
     
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