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For example 2+2 who dosent kno that !!!!!
I agree with you. :D
most of such questions are considered spam ..they just post it for sake of fun ..make sure you report them
@pooja195, for example... aravindG posted this today in the openstudy feedback and it provided no discussion on OS... He does not practice what he preaches, at least once in a while but hey he is an ambassador so whatever.. http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/51223bf9e4b03d9dd0c5858c
We allow some latitude in OpenStudy Feedback, because it is a community gathering spot of sorts. Still, we do like to keep it quiet.
@OkayOkay i understand that but hes doing for a reason so its okay but 2+2 REALLY?!!
how soon we forget our humble beginnings. It was questions like: what is 2+2 that provided the impetus to all the mathematics that we have today. It was the desire to base mathematics on a solid foundation of rigor and logic that allows us to use it rather unquestionably in the pursuit of the other sciences.
@amistre64 I admire that response so much that I think it is the best ever on OS Feedback! :-)
Pooja, this is an open site. If reading a question "2+2" bugs you, move on. And consider that for many, they may be just trying this out before they actually post a serious question. Maybe they need help. Please do not be hasty to judge questions as "dumb".
I agree. As they say, "There is no dumb question!"