Please avoid typing in all capital letters, as that is considered very rude on the internet. I have edited your note.
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Calvin Lin
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1 year, 7 months ago

You don't have to post a note to ask them get rated, some moderator will eventually see them. (Keep in mind from now on).

In your Geometry problem, you perhaps wanted point F on AB not BC, so I've edited that.

Some things you might want to know:-

\(1.\) Use the LaTeX code ' \triangle ' for the symbol of triangle ( \(\triangle\)), ' \angle ' for \(\angle\) , ' \Box ' for symbol of quadrilateral ( \(\Box\))

\(2.\) Whenever possible, give a diagram with the question (Given one to your Geometry problem).

\(3.\) Use three consecutive _ signs to obtain a line as the one below this statement.

For now, I'm gonna review the 4 unrated problems, so they'll get ratings in course of time...
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Aditya Raut
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1 year, 7 months ago

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– Gautam Sharma · 1 year, 7 months ago

Oh!But why so?Log in to reply

You don't have to post a note to ask them get rated, some moderator will eventually see them. (Keep in mind from now on).

In your Geometry problem, you perhaps wanted point F on AB not BC, so I've edited that.

Some things you might want to know:-

\(1.\) Use the LaTeX code ' \triangle ' for the symbol of triangle ( \(\triangle\)), ' \angle ' for \(\angle\) , ' \Box ' for symbol of quadrilateral ( \(\Box\))

\(2.\) Whenever possible, give a diagram with the question (Given one to your Geometry problem).

\(3.\) Use three consecutive _ signs to obtain a line as the one below this statement.

For now, I'm gonna review the 4 unrated problems, so they'll get ratings in course of time... – Aditya Raut · 1 year, 7 months ago

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