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06262007  #1 
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Hello!
Hey everyone just wanted to introduce myself. Looks like a real cool forum.
Thanks, ~Mike 
06262007  #2 
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Welcome Mike!
Enjoy your stay.
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06262007  #3 
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Question?
Do you know how to solve this? I guess its two words. Anyhelp would be appreciated.
Thanks, (F/a) (mc2) (1/2*D)2 (mx+b) (X2)1/2 (ρV) (b2 +c2)1/2 (A1/2) 
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Could you explain the problem?

06262007  #5 
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ya it's like mc2 but i think he means or
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06262007  #6 
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Explination
Each problem within the parenthesis equals a letter which creates two 4 letter words. I recived this from a freind so im not sure what it says. So if its something inapropriate just PM me so no one gets offended please.
Thanks, (F/a) (mc2) (1/2*D)2 (mx+b) (X2)1/2 (ρV) (b2 +c2)1/2 (A1/2) 
06262007  #7 
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? means I don't know.
?EDY ???? 
06272007  #8 
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How do you write the exponent in this forum so I can re write the problems. I think that is whats messing it up. ex. E=MC2 how do I make the # 2 an exponent.
Also my Outlook already converts it so if you have an email address I could forward it that way also. Thanks, Last edited by forcefed4; 06272007 at 10:30 AM.. Reason: add info 
06272007  #9 
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Just put ^2.
E.g. x^{2}=x^2 It's the quickest way. 
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Ok I got it!
Ok this is not what i expected but here it is...
It says, "merry xmas" and this is how: (F/a) (mc^2) (1/2*D)^2 (mx+b) (X^2)^1/2 (ρV) (b^2 +c^2)^1/2 (A^1/2) M e RR y X M a s M: F=ma; force = mass x acceleration: solved for m e: e=mc2 RR: 1/2 x D (1/2 of the diameter is the Radius, R) and if you square ityou kinda get the two R's y: from the slope of a line equation: y=mx+b X: if you take the square root of X squared then you just get "X" M: the formula for density is ρ= m/V; solved for m a: from the pythagorean theorm of a triangle: a2 =b2 +c2 and if you take the square root of (b2 +c2) you get just "a" s: is the formula for area of a square or rectangle ;solved for the "s" ; Area = sides squared; A=S2 Thanks for your help! I am almost sure you would of had if I wrote it in correct. ~Mike 
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