Let's make a homework help thread!:

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I think so, yeah. I remember trying to solve it, though I can't remember for sure if I did or not.
Whee, I'm done with Descartes and I got an A on the paper. Thanks again.
103 Madrugada3rd Dec 2009 12:08:16 PM , Relationship Status: In season
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Cool. Which one did you use?
...if you don’t love you’re dead, and if you do, they’ll kill you for it.
The first.
Hm?
Okay, so I'm making this powerpoint about the five transcendentalist ideals, I need some kind of media that relates: Comic strips (Calvin and Hobbes/Zits/The Far Side are good), art, song lyrics. The three I need media for are "Individuality", "Search for Truth", and "Experience Equals Growth". Is there any way anyone can direct me towards some sites where there might be any?

I'm not asking you to do it for me, I just need a general area I can look; the Internet is too big.
“Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?”
106 Blackmoon3rd Dec 2009 06:51:38 PM from the Blind Eternities , Relationship Status: We finish each other's sandwiches
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Man, I wish you guys would ask questions about linguistics.
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The older xkcds appear to have some of this based on your criteria, but I don't know much about the subject.
108 blackcat4th Dec 2009 07:11:28 AM , Relationship Status: A cockroach, nothing can kill it.
@ Kris Mahai: Because these are subjective responses, it might be easier to find the images, lyrics, etc that you want first, then try to find them on line. Go through the lyrics of your favorite music, look at your favorite media, leaf through art books at the library, then once you know what you are looking for it'll be easier to search for it.

Edit for clarity

edited 4th Dec '09 7:12:30 AM by blackcat

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For poetry class, this weekend I need to take notes on the life of poet Li-Young Lee. I've gotten some good information, but I want more, and most of the online biographies keep going over the same things.

Can anyone find a reliable online medium to long biography of him?
"You fail to grasp the basic principles of mad science. Common sense would be cheating." - Narbonic
110 OuttaTheBLAM6th Dec 2009 09:24:55 AM from your other left
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111 Tzetze6th Dec 2009 09:28:29 AM from a converted church in Venice, Italy
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Well, he speeds up by .89 m/s every second, so starting from zero, in five seconds he'd be moving at 5 * .89 or 4.45 m/s.
112 OuttaTheBLAM6th Dec 2009 09:30:06 AM from your other left
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Sorry, I was doing it wrong because I thought I was looking for acceleration.

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*Face Palm*

Thanks anyways.

edited 6th Dec '09 9:30:42 AM by OuttaTheBLAM

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...Help pls guys?
"You fail to grasp the basic principles of mad science. Common sense would be cheating." - Narbonic
114 Tzetze6th Dec 2009 09:31:40 AM from a converted church in Venice, Italy
Thanks.

I have enough early life/family background, I just need to knwo what happened in between college and now. I mean, I know he's married, but I don't know his wife's name, or when, or blah blah blah.
"You fail to grasp the basic principles of mad science. Common sense would be cheating." - Narbonic
116 Deboss6th Dec 2009 01:31:05 PM from Awesomeville Texas
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Is his wife really that important to the paper? I generally just wiki something and look up the sources.
Writing a lab paper on intercropping. Results are fascinating, but the sample size is pathetically small. I know it's hard to avoid in an introductory ecology class at a tiny college, but it still just bugs me.

Also, screw finding the standard error by hand. Squaring and division do not make for pretty equations and it takes forever.

edited 6th Dec '09 1:48:39 PM by Penguin 4 Senate

My teach doesn't want us to use The Other Wiki.

Whatever, I have enough dirt on him.
"You fail to grasp the basic principles of mad science. Common sense would be cheating." - Narbonic
Niiice pun. Wait, was it?

I'm glad it worked out for you.
120 Deboss6th Dec 2009 07:33:49 PM from Awesomeville Texas
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Louisiana does a good deal of inter cropping. I believe it's done with rice and crawfish. And possibly watermelons. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cajun_cuisine
121 Madrugada6th Dec 2009 07:42:46 PM , Relationship Status: In season
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Penguin, Native American people intercropped squash, maize, and (I want to say) beans regularly
...if you don’t love you’re dead, and if you do, they’ll kill you for it.
Oh wow I can't believe I missed this thread. Calling for any electrical engineers out there with a comprehensive knowledge of electromagnetics and signals. I need help understanding signal convolution.

On the calculus side, I need help with gradients and the applications of multiple integrals. Help will definitely be appreciated. smile

edited 6th Dec '09 7:47:32 PM by Mapi-chan

123 Deboss6th Dec 2009 10:48:52 PM from Awesomeville Texas
I see the Awesomeness.
I can help a bit with the cal. What do you need specifically?
Multiple integration where the bounds are not constants. Seriously, how does change of bounds work for multiple integration? I think I need to hear it in layman's terms.
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You mean like...hold on, let me pull up TeX.

But think about it geometrically.

edited 6th Dec '09 11:19:01 PM by WilliamWideWeb

SHIKI is dead.

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