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Helping / Seeking Help vs. Cheating

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The goal of this board is to provide forum members an opportunity to learn how to solve physics problems. Use of this board should be targeted toward understanding how to solve a problem, learning as you collaborate with others, and preparing yourself for academic success. This board is not to be used to facilitate the mindless copying of homework or exam solutions. Consider your goals and how you use this board -- if you use it to learn, it's a great tool. If you use it to cheat, you're the one truly being cheated.

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Posters should show that they have attempted to answer the question prior to asking for help. Once your question has been responded to, please do not go back and change your original post. Those providing assistance should only post and help after the "asker" has shown an attempt to solve the problem. At all times you should avoid posting the complete solution to a problem.

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