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i know this is not chemistry.. but anyone good at it whos willing to help?

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i have a couple of MC problems
Please don't post unrelated questions to this group. It would be better for you to post this in a more appropriate group and then post a link to it in any of the chat windows if you find no one available to help out in that group. This helps keep the groups on topic. Please refer to our Code of Conduct if you require further clarification: http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct
i was at the chem group but no one helps i dont think posting a question harms anyone

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as I said above, it would be better to post the actual question in the Chemistry group and then use the chat windows to ask for help if necessary. It is not a question of causing harm - it's more about trying to keep the questions related to specific subject areas within their own groups. This helps keep the groups on track and also helps others in the same group to learn from your question as well.
and as i said above i already posted the question in the chemistry group but no one helps over there. I honestly don't understand why are you making such a big deal of it, i mean people can just read the question and decide whether they want to help or not.
I just looked at the chemistry group and no one is helping anyone. I dont see why it is a big deal for her to ask where there is more people.
haha i love you right now
I guess I failed at trying to explain the reasons why. maybe someone else can do a better job...
People watch this area to help out in it because they're good at math, not because they're good at chemistry. If they're good at chemistry and want to help out in that area then they'd watch that area. I don't sit in the Math area to help out other subjects. Also, if you were to go to the library and were looking for Chemistry information, why would you go to the Math area? Makes no sense.
well no one is telling you to click on my post, and if you think about it, you are totally contracting yourself, just the fact that you clicked on my post shows that you had some sort of interest in it. If you weren't willing to help with other subject then why did you click on my post. Now this makes no sense.
No contradiction. I only came to this thread to report it and inform you that this is not the appropriate area. After seeing the responses, I chose to respond because @asnaseer suggested that someone else might be able to explain it better, so I took a shot. Ultimately, if the Chem area isn't helping you out, then there are other resources out there. Your teacher for instance, or the library, or Google.
both of you have to seriously grow up... this is retarded.
No, the rules say you should post Math in Math, etc. So please stick to the rules.

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