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Is anyone here good at math or any of these subjects below;
physics
chemistry
biology
i would be grateful if anyone gets back to me as i'm struggling with these subjects.
thanks for the help, i couldn't do this alone with out help.
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Is this gcse or A level or what?

I’m happy to help with maths, biology or chemistry
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(Original post by unknown_123123)
Is anyone here good at math or any of these subjects below;
physics
chemistry
biology
i would be grateful if anyone gets back to me as i'm struggling with these subjects.
thanks for the help, i couldn't do this alone with out help.
What do you need help with? GCSE or A-level? What topics? You need to be more specific
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What do you need help with? GCSE or A-level? What topics? You need to be more specific
I'm sorry good sir. I needed help on a certain problem. Do all zeroes of the Riemann Zeta Function base themselves off only negative even numbers and complex numbers with Re(s) = 1/2. Unfortunately Yahoo Answers appears to be unhelpful.
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(Original post by unknown_123123)
Is anyone here good at math or any of these subjects below;
physics
chemistry
biology
i would be grateful if anyone gets back to me as i'm struggling with these subjects.
thanks for the help, i couldn't do this alone with out help.
Why don't you post your problems with these subjects in the sub-forums? it exists a lot people there to help you with struggling.
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I'm sorry good sir. I needed help on a certain problem. Do all zeroes of the Riemann Zeta Function base themselves off only negative even numbers and complex numbers with Re(s) = 1/2. Unfortunately Yahoo Answers appears to be unhelpful.
That would be ****ing amazing if TSR was where it was first solved
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does anyone know how to balance chemical equations?
plz help me
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gcse or alevel?
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What do you need help with? GCSE or A-level? What topics? You need to be more specific
gcse
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Why don't you post your problems with these subjects in the sub-forums? it exists a lot people there to help you with struggling.


okay i'm struggling with chemistry - balancing equations, chemical bonding, rates of chemical reations.


physics - atomic structure, particles model of matter
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okay i'm struggling with chemistry - balancing equations, chemical bonding, rates of chemical reations.


physics - atomic structure, particles model of matter
For your strugglings in Physics, this Physics forum is the best place for it. Create a thread there and tell what are you struggling exactly!

For your strugglings in Chemistry, follow the Chemistry forum, explain your problems in a thread and I am sure you get help there too.
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