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Forum Rules: Do not post your homework/school-type questions here!

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Sep20-05, 04:55 AM
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Before posting anything, please review the Physics Forums Global Guidelines.

Again, for some odd reason, people seem to miss the homework subforum at the TOP of the PF list. So here is a remind. If you have posted these types of questions in here (or any other physics main section) and you can't seem to find them anymore, chances are, they have been MOVED to where they should have been.

Here's a link to the Homework & Coursework Questions forums: http://www.physicsforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=152

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Please note that your post need not technically be for a formal class work. All HW/Coursework-TYPE questions must be posted in the HW/Coursework forum and are required to abide by the same guidelines.

All HW/Coursework-type posts in the wrong forum are subjected to be deleted without being moved to the appropriate forum.

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