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you mean how to search a question on this site? go to google and add "site:openstudy.com" after your search query.
I type site:openstudy.com or just openstudy.com
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site:openstudy.com that way google only shows search results from openstudy
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Can you give me an example...i tried and it does nto do what your saying
oke, when you enter: "what is 1+1 site:openstudy.com" It'll only show links from openstudy
ok thanks
Type "Calculate the velocity of a car that is travelling... openstudy" YOu should get the OS hits that match.
use my search engine x'D

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