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People can't just give you the answer to your question. But, they can walk you thru it and help you understand.
OpenStudy is like a tutoring site.
Actually, I think what @wini_boson meant was that they are not receiving much help here. I have seen many of his/her questions and they are quite advanced and difficult; at least I can't answer most of them. If your question is outside of the scope of OpenStudy you may have to resort to http://math.stackexchange.com/ . The help there is not interactive, as it is here, but you will find a community there that can answer some seriously high-level questions. In general, OS is good for help in subjects up through differential equations, though there are exceptions and those of us who can do more (I can only do up through ODE's myself, and I'm no whiz with those).