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Old 10-02-2006, 05:07 PM   #16
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# 10. Go to Google and find the answers to questions 1-9.

BTW If this isn't homework, I'm suprised that you would even be asking these questions. I know from my own experience that most of the questions I ask here are because I've tried everything else, or failed miserably giving it my best shot. After looking at your questions, I fail to see any that, for myself as a newbie, I couldn't answer is short order. Also, if you just wanted to know for your own benefit it is highly unlikely you would focus on such mundane questions. All that being said, welcome to the forums.

I home someday with all the "not homework" your doing, you'll be able to answer some intriguing questions from an old guy like me ;0


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