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Topic: Help (Urgent)
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Registered: 4/23/05
Re: Help (Urgent)
Posted: Apr 23, 2005 8:41 PM
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Sorry about that. I don't mean to offend anyone, it's just the
stress/pressure of exam time.

Feel free to choose any question you wish to respond to.

ticbol wrote:
> Snu....,
>
> If I may say something,
>
> 1.) Forget about "Urgent", "ASAP", the likes.
> I, for one, ignore any question with those offending words.
> I see those words as if they are putting pressure on me.
>
> You can be sure that any question will be devoured here ASAP (without
> you telling us that) if the question is clear and answerable.
>
> 2.) Limit your problems to one or two only per question. If the
> problem requires long solution, then one is enough per question.
> So the 4 problems---#4, 8, 10, 11---should not be asked in one

question
> only. Post at least two separate questions for those 4 problems.
>
> This is for me, because I give complete answers.
> If you ask for hints or guidance only, then you can ask as many as

you
> want in one question. I will not touch the question anyway.
>
> 3.) Post the problems here. A few of us might go to the site where

your
> problems are.
> I go to the link only when I cannot sleep in 24 hours. (Meaning, not

at
> all. Or, once in a green moon.)




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