If I have a question I need an answer to & no one can answer my question but then I find the answer, am I allowed to post the answer as well?
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There would be nothing wrong with that I guess.
for example: What does the 4th of July celebrate? No one answers but I find the answer.
It celebrates our independence (the US).
Yeah, I figured nothing was wrong with that but I just wanted some feedback, yes or nos :j
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ur welcome lol
Sure. Remember people come back for months looking at the questions and answers. So if you found the answer, it would be good to put it out there as well!
Oohh otay! Thank you all so much for your feedback :j
Be careful because if it is a question by Florida Virtual schools or any other Online learning facility do not post the answer because it can be giving away answers to their tests and openstudy can show up with that question if they Google it and your answer may help someone cheat. Always keep that in mind. Violating Academic integrity doesn't just mean getting answers, giving them is bad too but really only for online schools as Google is a keystroke away.