Let's make a homework help thread!:

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Since TVtropes will ruin your life and absorb far too much of your time for you to do silly things like study, and we appear to have a growing number of student tropers (myself included), I think that this should be a thread. So, who wants to help Random not fail his senior year?
2 FurikoMaru12th Nov 2009 08:10:27 AM from The Arrogant Wasteland , Relationship Status: He makes me feel like I have a heart
Reverse the Curse
Best. thread idea. ever.

Oh my god, this thread should help me so much with precal.
4 yurifanboy-sama12th Nov 2009 08:35:55 AM from in a very steam fantasy
LOL, this thread reminded me to do mine, I did too. It was easy, Thankies!
6 yurifanboy-sama12th Nov 2009 10:24:57 AM from in a very steam fantasy
Yes, homewark keeps your grades up!
First question: What is the difference between HIV and AIDS?
HIV is the virus, AIDS is the disease.
9 Kinkajou12th Nov 2009 05:36:22 PM from you're not your
One Man Army
HIV is the virus.

AIDS is the illness associated with HIV.

Ninja'd, but still keeping it.

edited 12th Nov '09 5:36:54 PM by Kinkajou

"Wait, it's IV. Of course they are. They'd make IV for Dreamcast." - Enlong, on yet another FFIV remake
10 Kimura12th Nov 2009 05:40:21 PM , Relationship Status: THIS CONCEPT OF 'WUV' CONFUSES AND INFURIATES US!
Hmm... not really sure if you can help with my homework, since it's in Japanese.

On a side note, should we redirect TV Tropes Will Ruin Your Homework (or a variant) to TV Tropes Will Ruin Your Life?
11 Kinkajou12th Nov 2009 05:42:23 PM from you're not your
One Man Army
"Wait, it's IV. Of course they are. They'd make IV for Dreamcast." - Enlong, on yet another FFIV remake
resident moonatic
Thanks for the idea.

...anybody know how to predict shifts in chemical equilibrium?

edited 12th Nov '09 5:56:55 PM by OuttaTheBLAM

You're looking for this person.
Anyone here speak German? Someone who might be willing to carry simplistic conversations with someone who sounds like a brain-dead 5 yr. old?
"They called me mad, I called them mad, and damn them, they outvoted me." - Nathaniel Lee, playwright, upon being committed to Bedlam in
Oh dang, we seem to be getting more questions than we are answers. Quick, we must recruit some smart people if this thread is to survive!
15 Blackmoon12th Nov 2009 09:57:57 PM from the Blind Eternities , Relationship Status: We finish each other's sandwiches
Your Worth is 50 Yen!
I don't have anything to help with, but I couldn't help but notice:

Yes, homewark keeps your grades up!

...you studying chocobo farming or what?
16 Tzetze12th Nov 2009 09:58:07 PM from a converted church in Venice, Italy
"predict shifts in chemical equilibrium" is a bit vague.
resident moonatic
It is very vague but the question wasn't much better.

My genius sister explained it to me anyways.
You're looking for this person.
In what ways do Marx, Darwin, Nietzsche, and Freud break with or confirm the Enlightenment’s confidence in the progress of European civilization? Choose two sources to support your argument.
No help on this? For reals?

I can kinda speak German, Fedora, but if you sound like a brain-dead 5 year old you're probably beyond me.

Sorry Mellon. I'd help, but no thinking at the moment.

I have this despairing feeling that this thread isn't gonna help as much as we originally thought...

edited 13th Nov '09 5:40:09 AM by Lucky Revenant

21 blackcat13th Nov 2009 09:16:32 AM , Relationship Status: A cockroach, nothing can kill it.
@Melloncollie, I actually started to reply to your post a couple of times but I don't know how helpful it would have been. And every time I start composing a reply I get to talking and forget the question. So just a couple of thoughts:

The work of the 19C couldn't have happened without the preliminary ground work of the Enlightenment. The shift away from understanding the universe in terms of God and describing it instead scientifically was freaking huge. And it launched an ideological battle that still hasn't been successfully resolved. See creationism.

And I have already gotten sidetracked by the cultural implications of Havelock Ellis' work on human sexuality and George Bernard Shaw's discussion of Lamarck's theory of homeopathic evolution.

So this is why I'm stopping now.

Edit: expand sentence

edited 13th Nov '09 9:18:30 AM by blackcat

We never go any where without our swords and boas.
22 Lieselette13th Nov 2009 09:37:31 AM from right behind you

...I don't have much for you, sorry.

edited 13th Nov '09 9:57:56 AM by Lieselette

@ The Fedora pirate - I can speak German too, but not much better than a severely battered six year old.

Neh, I need to work on my German grammar more than anything. Anybody good at that? Or integrating things using the substitution method?
94. Grandmaster of Shark
Since German is my native language, feel fry to try your skills on me.
I don't mind bad grammar or spelling mistakes, after all, you have to deal with my English.
25 Sneeb13th Nov 2009 10:06:30 AM from poo world (aka tvtropes)
super sugoi kawaii neko desuas
Query - what kind of homework topics will we specialize in?

Anything involving writing I can assist with. Some science I can aid with as well. I can aid with statistics and basic algebra. Just keep calculus away from me and I'll do my best to aid.

edited 13th Nov '09 10:08:11 AM by Sneeb

an heroic gesture would do the world good

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