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i think A
You're joking right....you people can help someone that merely wants an answer and yet you can't even help me who actually wants to learn something and gives a crap about his writing. Despicable people.
I should report all of you for misusing this system.
@thedogkeeper Why are you reporting us!!!
well that escalated quickly O_O @thedogkeeper
I don't....What?.... I don't even......
Indeed it did.
@thedogkeeper THERES NO REASON TO REPORT US WE DID NOTHING WRONG
Actually if you read the terms and conditions you would know that posting multiple choice is violating the rules of being an open study member.
I didn't bother to report either one of you. I merely said it's bugging me.
LOL, he's asking for help and yet he doesn't tell you what it is exactly he needs help with. Erm, I had @Thesmarterone help me with multiple choice questions before.....
ok I'll try and help you on your essay @thedogkeeper
My question has been bumped multiple times and been passed over multiple times.
@anna1448 thank you
Dude, just tell me what u need help with exactly and maybe we could help you.
your welcome :)
which question number is this, @Foxythepirate0984
@YoungStudier its question 7
do you think its A or another
Sorry, I was helpin a person with math urm, hold please.
LOL, I had this question it isn't A
Nope, try again
Do you know why?
Well, for these things, I just naturally assumed, but this may help you. In all the examples in my book, they always had the hyphenated numbers right next to the thing it described like in this one: I need one-quarter teaspoon of vanilla for the cake batter. (One-quarter is an adjective that describes teaspoon)
Does that help at all?