How to ask for help on Mathematics via forum?
Specific questions OUTSIDE of Harry's Education Center's homework
The questions presented must include the level, source (i.e. school or textbook name etc.) and year + have the question either typed up or attach as an image.
For Example: If your question was taken from James Ruse's 2011 Term 2 maths Ext. 1 year 12 exam paper question 7 (a) sub-question (iii)
Thread Title: Ex1 - JamesRuse - Year 12 Term 2 - 2011 - Q7 (a)/(iii)
If the question was taken from a hardcopy, simply take a picture on the specific question area and upload on forum.
If the question was taken from a digital copy, please follow the listed steps below to upload question as a image in the thread.
Step 1: Press <Fn> + <Insert PrtScr> buttons together to get a screenshot of the question.
Step 2: Select and open Paint program
Step 3: Press <Ctrl> + <V> buttons to paste the screen shot of the question
Step 4: Select the question area, then press <crop> to cut off the remainder
Step 5: Save the file as png or jpg image file
Step 6: Click on the camera icon below to upload the question as a image file.
How the question posted will be answered?
It is in our best interest that our replies will help you to learn effectively. Our tutors will review the question posted and provide necessary hints so that you can at least try to complete the remainder by yourself. Or if not, please at least post with your attempt before asking again for additional help.
How do I get to know if the question has been answered?
You will get a notification once your thread has been answered. Please give us a heart if you find the hint provided is helpful. :)
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Please be aware that this is a new initiative from Harry's Education Center to offer additional online help outside of our weekly tutorial classes. Please be patient and report any bugs (under Technical Support category) or give us any feedback for improvement. We hope you enjoy and find it useful.