📚 ~ The Homework Helperer Thread

Yup, might post some Chemistry problems as soon as I get some time though :sweat_smile:

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Is there anyone good at writing stories?
I need to write a story about someone getting kidnapped and I have no ideas… At least nothing to make it interesting at all, so if there is anyone who has any ideas, HELP ME! :crying_cat_face:

Yes, it’s school related, that’s why I am asking here. And if anyone would help me I’d be grateful until the end of my life. (I know it actually means rest of my life…)

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I can help you. Just give me want you want in the story and I’ll write one for you

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OMG, THANK YOU SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH.
I will PM you!

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lol this website is FULL of writers.

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That’s why I asked :eyes: but I kinda feel like I’ll have to do it alone afterall…

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Can someone explain when do we have to take ‘g’ as negative while using the 3 equations of motion in Physics?

And also, please tell me what happens to ‘u’ (initial velocity) and ‘v’ (final velocity) when g is -ve or +ve?

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Hello Beautiful People.
This is just an app I found high helps people with their homework. Photomath
It’s an amazing app which when you take a picture, it gives you different wayways to solve the problem.
Enjoy Homeworking.

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oh yeah i have it and trust me, i am rly thankful :rofl:

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who is fluent is spanish :eyes::eyes:

I think I can help, is there something you need help with?

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I will be needing this

not now but if i do ill msg you :eyes:

Hi I need help ASAP
I’m doing properties of exponents

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Sure, what seems to be the problem for you?

Is there anyone who’s good at Italian? Or at least at the “preposizioni articolate”? :sweat_smile:

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I bellive I can help.
Firstly you have to know the articles anf their meaning
The article a can mean at or even in or to depends on the meaning of the sentence. In means in. Su means on. Da means from. Di means of.
So preposizioni articolate are the prepositions merged with article.
Preposition+article=preposizioni articolate
Its the same thing as you use definite or indefinite article in english with nouns. In italian you use it with articles too.
So for example you have a sentence:
Il cane e sulla poltrona. - Here you say The dog is ON THE armchair. You don’t say The dog is on armchair. And thats when you use preposizioni articolate.
Then how we form it.
If the preposition we have is for example A.And we use Il as an article to the object when we merge il+a=al
Da+il=dal
So when forming the word we put the preposition and then we put the L from IL.Which means we leave I out. But that only happens when thw article is IL or I.
There are other cases but I found this video and I think it will be helpful: https://youtu.be/TxcaZFP_ul0

Hope I helped a bit.

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That must have been hard work to type all that down. I appreciate it. :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: but I already knew that (I learn Italian in school so I should have the basics written down). I wasn’t explicit enough in my last post, I didn’t think someone would already try to help me with that, but rather ask where the problem is. My bad. :sweat:

There are 2 specific cases I’m having problems with… because I’m dumb.

I heard that when there is a name after the preposizioni articolate it’s one specific version of it. I don’t know if that’s true, so if it’s incorrect please tell me. It would be my bad again. :sweat:

  • So I have di + ? + name… What would ? be then?
  • In + ? + armadi first I thought it was nell’, but it isn’t, so maybe it is nei? Ughhhh, I feel so dumb :joy::rofl:

Thank you so much for everything :hugs:

All the Italians are gonna cringe when they see this. :upside_down_face::no_mouth::see_no_evil:

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Oh in that case you don’t use preposizioni articolati. You use the simple prepositions. You are wellcome

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Whaaat?