# Redbelly98

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1. Apr6-13 01:51 PM
maria manzoor
Sir am new here so thanks alot for guiding me
2. Feb16-13 11:48 PM
tms
>> You wrote in thread 4266420:
>> "In my universe, all constants equal 1."

> Okay, how about the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter?

π is a number, not a constant; in my universe not all numbers equal 1.
3. Dec21-12 08:39 PM
Happy holidays!! :D
4. Dec18-12 07:52 PM
Evo
WOOT!!! Now it's the holidays!! Yay for holiday Redbelly!!
5. Dec17-12 06:49 PM
micromass
6. Dec8-12 10:36 PM
hamdal
I am so sorry about my mistake, I am new here!
Thank you so much for your help!
7. Dec2-12 07:51 AM
hercules68
Thanks !
8. Sep8-12 06:58 PM
Evo
mikro is a craqpot, alwayz talkin about da mafz, we noes he noes no mafz
9. Aug11-12 01:36 PM
CaptD
No problem, which subset do you suggest?
+ That answer will probably save me from getting another moderation message!
Thanks.
10. Aug4-12 06:43 AM
johnstobbart
Thanks a lot for the upkeep of this site. It's really helpful, especially for correspondence students such as myself where teachers can take days to answer a single question. Keep up the good work!

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Posted Sep17-12 at 02:13 PM by Redbelly98 Comments 2
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My main purpose here is to help keep an appropriate and narrow focus on what will determine the winner in the upcoming 2012 election. That is, NOT the nationwide popular vote that polls often report in the months leading up to the election -- rather, the individual states and their electoral votes.

With that in mind, I look for the states that (1) are pretty well split in terms of which candidate they will vote for, and (2) have a lot of Electoral Votes. As I did 4 years ago, I'll...

Posted May18-12 at 01:41 PM by Redbelly98 Comments 0
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If you are new to Physics Forums and want to post a question, you need to start a new forum discussion thread, known simply as a "thread". To do that, read the following instructions . . . and be sure to read the part at the end if your question is related to schoolwork or to solving any textbook-style problem, even if it's for independent study.

How to start a forum discussion thread.

To post a question -- or to start any new discussion at Physics Forums...

Posted Dec13-08 at 04:30 PM by Redbelly98 Comments 4
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This all started when I saw Janus's special Halloween avatar for the first time. I came up with one of my own, and another for Thanksgiving followed soon after that.
Boo!
Hmmm ... did you see something move just then?

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Posted Dec11-08 at 09:00 PM by Redbelly98 Comments 5
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From time to time I use my avatar to pay tribute to other PF members and their accomplishments.

Here's to tiny-tim, one of the 2008 Homework Helper Gurus

A triple winner! In December 2008, Math is Hard ("MIH") finished her degree in cognitive science, was promoted and returned to Mentor level at PF, and was the self-proclaimed Best Kurdt for...

Posted Nov14-08 at 09:55 PM by Redbelly98 Comments 9
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