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Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by salmanshaheen_88, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. salmanshaheen_88

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    plz solve completely
     
  2. salmanshaheen_88

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    need replies
     
  3. jstrike21

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    nice, and I need a new car
     
  4. sceadwian

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    I have a new car, could use a new house though if you're in a giving mood. What's the going rate for coasting someone through school, wait never mind, not an option as I don't have the answer =) I'll stay in my apartment for now.
     
  5. salmanshaheen_88

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    I need a new girlfriend so sceadwian r u in a giving mood?? :)
     
  6. retched

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    Woah... Is this an episode of "When math goes wrong!" ??
     
  7. salmanshaheen_88

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    cmon guys stick to my problem
     
  8. t_n_k

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  9. salmanshaheen_88

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    hey tnk this is not homework this is my exercise question from signals and systems, which I am practicing for exams
     
  10. t_n_k

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    Do you mean you don't need help and simply want confirmation that your method / answers are correct?
     
  11. beenthere

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    Perhaps this might be more productive if the OP would give us his answers, and why he feels they are correct. If there is doubt about one or two, some reasons for that would be instructive.

    This section tries to assist students in their assignments. We do not intend for it to be a homework service.
     
  12. JoeJester

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    The OP wants the members to do their homework for them, whether it's an actual professor assigned homework or preparation for future tests.

    I could be wrong in that assessment, but I doubt it.

    Maybe a new area where the responders could get paid for their service might be in order ... then the please solve completely inquiries would be worth someone's time.

    I know I'm overstepping the intent of these forums, but the original price for this service, the OP posting their attempts at problem solving, isn't being tendered for assistance.
     
  13. Wendy

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    Are you kidding, these posts are funny!

    To the OP, there are rules, you are trying to circumvent them. It is pretty obvious how well this is working.

    At least make the attempt, then we have something to point you toward. No one is interested in doing the homework for you.

    You keep doing this all you get is a reputation, and no help.
     
  14. salmanshaheen_88

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    I don't know at all how to solve this question!!!
     
  15. JoeJester

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    Try this approach ...

    In the textbook where you got that question, you can look up each of the signals described in the answer.

    That should put you on the path to identification.
     
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