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This group is always crowded. Heheh, not a question, sorry.

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http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct , : Posting a question that is off topic for a particular group (i.e. posting a physics question in the Mathematics group).
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@imron07 Yeah ;) it really is a crowded group. It's like the China of OpenStudy.

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But not always @imron07 , time zone matters.. But yes it is crowded at this time.. (much crowded) ;)
Anyway, I am closing the question as it's not too prestigious.
i sometimes see more than 150 members here.....
@mathslover : Here's another one ;) Posting questions that are not, in fact, questions (for example, starting a question in the Mathematics group to wish someone "Happy Birthday").
@ParthKohli how can u close ??
@hartnn: Erm. Trade secret.
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OK, @imron07, I have closed the question. Please ask some cool math questions in the future :)
asking the user to close... . makes the work easier.. I hope parth did the same
you guys know how to have fun
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