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A fraction which bears the same ratio to 1/27 as 3/11 bear to 5/9 is equal to
WOW !I'm not willing to bother explaining it to you because 1) you're 24 years old and should have learned how to solve trivial problems like this many, many years ago in school, 2) no matter how much effort I put into explaining it to you, you are very unlikely to understand it, and 3) even if by some miracle you ended up understanding the answer, you won't remember it tomorrow anyway, much less be able to apply the solution to other, similar problems in the future.
You aren't EVER going to make any progress, Ritesh, until you force yourself to figure things out on your own instead of constantly asking other people to spoon-feed you the solutions to trivial problems like this one.
Now go and figure it out YOURSELF!
I have no hope that it will do any good, though. I've made the case before, here and here, but to no avail.WOW !
I can readily see how people come to that conclusion. After all, it is difficult-- EXTREMELY difficult-- to believe that a human being could actually be as utterly clueless as he presents himself to be, and for some the only plausible explanation is that he is trolling us. I don't believe he is deliberately trying to "yank our chains" to amuse himself by creating consternation, but I can certainly see how people could come to that conclusion.I wholeheartedly agree, I actually now believe the guy is taking the preverbial and yanking our chains.
I think that is actually the source of most of the irritation: here at AAC we like to help people. It's what the board is for. When we help someone we do a service, and we get to feel a bit of satisfaction at the same time. And a major part of that satisfaction comes from seeing our help make a difference, in seeing the person we have assisted actually learn something.Despite Wendy's recent post, I sincerely think that the time has come to ignore anymore of that persons posts as it seems to be causing frustration and annoyance to some who seem to be honestly trying to help, their efforts are wasted. It is like answering a question followed by "why" Never ending!
Mine has too, from time to time. Others have remarked on that, as well. My view is that this "wrong conclusions" thing is probably part of his overall, habitual strategy for solving problems:...it did seem that either he is totally inept, of was deliberately forming the wrong conclusions. My opinion veers to the latter.
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