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blahh, I dont know this
Giving answers and soliciting for answers is not how OS operates. Giving answers such as "The answer is A" or just posting all the steps is not the proper way helpers contribute to this site.. What we want to see is engaging conversation, askers being guided to the answer by actively participating in the problem solving process. We want helpers to identify where the asker is stuck and then give them helpful clues on how to proceed to the next step in the problem solving process. We want to see actual learning taking place. The intention behind the question threads were to create an environment that encouraged a engaging conversation between the asker and the helper in a way that demonstrates the asker learning and comprehending concepts explained by the helper. The helper should ask the helper questions and give helpful clues and hints on how to solve the problem rather than answer the problem completely. If the asker isn't involved in the process then he or she did not learn anything. Active participation between asker and helper is essential to the proper functioning of OS.
How would you explain this, than...
hero who are you
Hes a moderator
@adenise29 It's not nice to call people names.
i did call nobody a name
She meant how...
you are lieing
B and C are wrong
What do you think it is
Read the problem again and try answering it
@BlueishPastel There's always a way to explain any Concept.
Okay then.. why don't you explain this