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Forum Rules: NO HOMEWORK/COURSEWORK QUESTIONS HERE

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Integral
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Oct31-03, 05:27 PM
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Before posting anything, please review the Physics Forums Global Guidelines.

If you are seeking help with a homework/coursework/textbook related issue please post your problem in the appropriate forum in our Homework & Coursework Questions area.

Just a heads up, we prefer that you make a solid effort and completing your problem before seeking help. We, as a general rule, will not do your homework for you.


The General Physics forum is for discussions of the current state of Physics. We do not debate the validity of Relativity or Quantum Mechanics here.

Enjoy our forums, there are many very knowledgeable posters here. If you are not sure of your knowledge, read before posting. In general you will receive better information if you post clear and complete questions. Do not assume that we are all familiar with your thoughts and terminology.

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As a reminder, please do not post Homework/Schoolwork-type questions here. We have a dedicated forum for that:

Homework, Coursework, & Textbook Questions

This rule applies even if your question is not formally part of a HW/Coursework. Any type of question that has the same resemblance to that covered in a typical schoolwork must be posted in that forum, not in here.

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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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