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i have no idea what this could be.. :(
wait let me have one sec
@Robert136 @Raymaa Take a look here: openstudy.com/code-of-conduct Somewhere it says that giving answers without reason would not be guiding the user to the answer themselves, which is part of the learning. I would suggest next time you'd ask the user what they know they can eliminate or describe the answer choices to them in a way they can understand.
I provide the user with explanation where requested by the user. Sometimes a user requries spaced memory repetition by having the right answer, so that he or she can reflect on the correct answer with what he/she picked shortly after.
Indeed. But where have you offered your help? Nowhere I can see. We are all learning here. And @Robert136 HAS guided and helped me many times. Please butt out and read a book.. The rest of us have work to do.
I don't see any example of learning here. Just don't do it again please.
What's more evident than user claiming that she is actually learning? I apologize if I appeared as if I was spoonfeeding but I was simply intending to help. I will definitely take your advice when next helping out and will definitely provide an explanation as to my logic. No one says that I am definitely right. Therefore providing my answer will help the use integrate my knowledge with theirs.
Listen, you broke the Code of Conduct. It doesn't matter whether she/he "thinks" she/he has learned, that's just not how OpenStudy works.
Lol he was jusst giving me medals a little while ago . for my answers soo . byeee .
I have work to do. Is everyone done making a fool of themselves online?