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This site has officially lost its helpfulness. No one is willing to help; I wasted so much of my time waiting for help; I regret ever finding this site.

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What do you need help with. I'll help if I can.
What makes you say that? Some examples of frustrating interactions would be ideal.
well, just look at my question in math section

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It's always been somewhat more difficult to get help on multivariate gaussians and such. It seems like patience has always been the rule in that case, particularly when things like midterms start getting closer. I could be wrong though.
maybe it;s your scary picture
patience is waiting 2 days
thanks , but I doubt you can based on "1997"

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