Do you eat with that mouth? Because I know you don't figure out homework with it, also, what's so troublesome about not having died?
This may come as a surprise to you, but it is not the first time I have been called that.
I trying to solve the problems now, thank you!Hello,
Did you read this:
PLEASE READ - Posting Questions in the Homework Help Forum
Show us what you have done upto now, so we can check and give you advice.
You can't delete your profile, but if you would like we can permanently ban your username which will prevent you from posting from that account in the future. Just let us know if you would like us to do that. Oh, and any further outbursts of disrespect like you've done here will be taken as just such a request.
Ha ha, thanks for the laugh i love humor.
But yeah, unfortunately this section requires that you first show your best attempt to solve the problem. That is not just to try to force you to solve it yourself but also gives everyone here a starting point for how you were taught to do it already. See, there are many different approaches to problems in electrical engineering and often the course work you get only wants to see the one particular approach that was taught to you. So when everyone sees your first workings, they will know what approach you are currently studying. This is really for your benefit although it may not seem like it at first.
Good luck to you in your studies.
I was abused by them. If someone doesn’t want to help why he comments meanly on my posts?You can't delete your profile, but if you would like we can permanently ban your username which will prevent you from posting from that account in the future. Just let us know if you would like us to do that. Oh, and any further outbursts of disrespect like you've done here will be taken as just such a request.
What you call "abuse" was an attempt to get you to pay attention to the rules, which are as much to benefit you as the rest of us. We don't consider it "helpful" to do your work for you. Posting a homework problem with "please solve this" and nothing else is not going to work, ever.
He didn't comment meanly on your post -- he told you nothing more and nothing less than the forum rule: We will not work your homework for you; to receive help you are expected to post your best attempt to solve the problem. That let's us see WHY you are having problems and to help you overcome that specific roadblock.
Let me put it this way, @djsfantasi has helped hundreds if not thousands of people here, how many have you helped? On what basis do you demand to be helped on your terms? Think, please, think!
I nominate you for a Nobel Prize of Peace for 2019. Lol Jacob, you made me feel I’m a criminal. Btw, I received an award from the US State Department for my interfaith and dialogue work lol@mos65, this is a community. You aren't yet a part of it, but you are demanding things from the people who would otherwise be willing to help you. You aren't making friends, and you aren't going to find people who are willing to help if you attack their friends.
You haven't yet passed the point of no return. An apology would go a long way to fixing things up. But this won't end well if you keep up what you've been doing, and you definitely won't get help.
Think about it, please.
You aren't a criminal, you just don't seem to be thinking that the people on the other end of this interaction are people and need to be treated that way. It's not a magic answer box, it's a place peopled by experts willing to help you. The "cost" is following the rules and acknowledging the gift of shared expertise.I n
I nominate you for a Nobel Prize of Peace for 2019. Lol Jacob, you made me feel I’m a criminal. Btw, I received an award from the US State Department for my interfaith and dialogue work lol
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