I'd like for you guys to keep in mind that just giving the answer isn't how OpenStudy works. Explanation is needed with the answer. Don't just expect the answer from anyone ^_^ You learn more from the explanation.
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Yes, I've noticed that as well.
OpenStudy is for clarification on a question. Some people are asking questions about an entire assignment and they expect us to complete it for them. Some other people are even dumb enough to answer these questions. How can people expect to learn if for all their homework they just ask other random people on the internet. Come test time, they wont have OpenStudy to solve all their problems.
Thanks for the reminder , I think I'll try and give the outline and point out that I'm simplifying .
Note to self - I must also remember to say that I may be wrong and all answers should be questioned by further digging .
Spoon feeding helps no one , there's yahoo answers ect for that I guess .