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Why don't we make a group of some basics tutorial Like (factorizing ,changing in to radicals ,exponential ,...Etc). I have seen many people before made a great tutorials for many lessons in mathematics and we shall make a group for it so that when we face any questions about something like factorizing or something we can post for them the tutorials example so they can get the answer by Themselves and we save time alot...

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Dear Eyad, this idea has been repeatedly brought up by diff users including me..i hear the mods are still having a discussion on it .if u need further info on discussions related to this take a look at @TuringTest 's previous qn which was a much talked about post supporting this idea thank you
Oh,I didn't see anyone discussed likely subject ..Ok then since its having discussion :) TY for informing me @AravindG ^_^
welcomess.hope a good decision is made based on this idea

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