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"shadgirl1" wrote:

"Jack Mack" wrote:

i thought this was help no questions asked... I'm not being helped and I'm losing time..
Aw. Poor baby.
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"mon135" wrote:

"Jack Mack" wrote:

i thought this was help no questions asked... I'm not being helped and I'm losing time..
If you need help, we can not help you.  Try looking online or ask a friend.  We only specialize 3rd-6th grade, & I specialize in the Texas region   If you are over the age of 12, we are sorry, but we can not help you.  Thank you.
i already said I was in texas and that it was a 5th grade math question so...


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"Jack Mack" wrote:

"mon135" wrote:

"Jack Mack" wrote:

i thought this was help no questions asked... I'm not being helped and I'm losing time..
If you need help, we can not help you.  Try looking online or ask a friend.  We only specialize 3rd-6th grade, & I specialize in the Texas region   If you are over the age of 12, we are sorry, but we can not help you.  Thank you.
i already said I was in texas and that it was a 5th grade math question so...
Yes, but according to my info, you are of age seventeen presently.  You have been on KW for a year now.  You must have moved to Texas within the last year, if you ever moved to Texas.  Seventeen minus one equals sixteen.  3rd-6th grade is equal to 8-12 years of age.  In others words, that question can not be answered through me, no matter how many times you try.  *smile*  I am sorry for the trouble.

I plan on leaving KW as soon as my roleplays "Lucky Monster" and "It's Elemental, My Dear" are dead. If you want, you are more than welcome to join. They are both in the Fantasy section.


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"mon135" wrote:

"Jack Mack" wrote:

"mon135" wrote:

"Jack Mack" wrote:

i thought this was help no questions asked... I'm not being helped and I'm losing time..
If you need help, we can not help you.  Try looking online or ask a friend.  We only specialize 3rd-6th grade, & I specialize in the Texas region   If you are over the age of 12, we are sorry, but we can not help you.  Thank you.
i already said I was in texas and that it was a 5th grade math question so...
Yes, but according to my info, you are of age seventeen presently.  You have been on KW for a year now.  You must have moved to Texas within the last year, if you ever moved to Texas.  Seventeen minus one equals sixteen.  3rd-6th grade is equal to 8-12 years of age.  In others words, that question can not be answered through me, no matter how many times you try.  *smile*  I am sorry for the trouble.
so what if i failed every grade? i've been held back awhile, so what? thanks for reminded me of my failures. 


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"MikhailTal" wrote:

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How do I correlate the dimensional equatorial vertices of a dodecahydrophoric cubeangle?
Yeah what grade are you in..?
4th
Ah okay..? And you live in North America..?

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[quote="Jack Mack"][quote="mon135"][quote="Jack Mack"][quote="MikhailTal"]How do I correlate the dimensional equatorial vertices of a dodecahydrophoric cubeangle?[/quote]i dunno why but this actually made me laugh pretty hard.  my old geometry teacher had a chart with a bunch of the polyhedrons and we would just ask her questions about them instead of whatever the actual geometry was. [/quote] What the heck?[/quote]fine, if Given f(x) = e(^x2 - x) find the the intervals of increase and decrease of f, the values of x for which f has a local extremum, and the intervals of concavity and inflection points.  thanks [/quote] i dunno why but this actually made me laugh pretty hard.  my old geometry teacher had a chart with a bunch of the polyhedrons and we would just ask her questions about them instead of whatever the actual geometry was. [/quote] What the heck?[/quote]fine, if Given f(x) = e(^x2 - x) find the the intervals of increase and decrease of f, the values of x for which f has a local extremum, and the intervals of concavity and inflection points.  thanks [/quote] f(−1) = (−1)3− 6(−1)2+ 9(−1) + 2 = −14f(1) = (1)3− 6(1)2+ 9(1) + 2 = 6f(3) = (3)3− 6(3)2+ 9(3) + 2 = 2f(4) = (4)3− 6(4)2+ 9(4) + 2 = 6. That..?

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"-Memories" wrote:

"MikhailTal" wrote:

"-Memories" wrote:

"MikhailTal" wrote:

How do I correlate the dimensional equatorial vertices of a dodecahydrophoric cubeangle?
Yeah what grade are you in..?
4th
Ah okay..? And you live in North America..?
He is age 13.  Check his profile.

I plan on leaving KW as soon as my roleplays "Lucky Monster" and "It's Elemental, My Dear" are dead. If you want, you are more than welcome to join. They are both in the Fantasy section.


Posted about 5 years ago

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"Jack Mack" wrote:

"mon135" wrote:

"Jack Mack" wrote:

"mon135" wrote:

"Jack Mack" wrote:

i thought this was help no questions asked... I'm not being helped and I'm losing time..
If you need help, we can not help you.  Try looking online or ask a friend.  We only specialize 3rd-6th grade, & I specialize in the Texas region   If you are over the age of 12, we are sorry, but we can not help you.  Thank you.
i already said I was in texas and that it was a 5th grade math question so...
Yes, but according to my info, you are of age seventeen presently.  You have been on KW for a year now.  You must have moved to Texas within the last year, if you ever moved to Texas.  Seventeen minus one equals sixteen.  3rd-6th grade is equal to 8-12 years of age.  In others words, that question can not be answered through me, no matter how many times you try.  *smile*  I am sorry for the trouble.
so what if i failed every grade? i've been held back awhile, so what? thanks for reminded me of my failures. 
Please.  As I said before, we only handle 3rd-6th grade subjects or 8-12 years of age leveled subjects.  The answer is final.

I plan on leaving KW as soon as my roleplays "Lucky Monster" and "It's Elemental, My Dear" are dead. If you want, you are more than welcome to join. They are both in the Fantasy section.


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