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bobbym
2013-06-03 03:36:07

Hi {7/3};

You are welcome.

{7/3}
2013-06-02 20:33:38

Thanks bobbym.

bobbym
2013-06-02 19:28:01

Looks like you got it!

{7/3}
2013-06-02 19:25:36

Thanks bob.
Let me give a trial,http://www.mathsisfun.com/

bobbym
2013-06-02 19:12:35

Hi {7/3};

Hi bobbym,you're gonna have to give me more than that,all i know about internet is how to browse.

In the address bar of your browser you will see an url of the page. Copy that between the two url tags. For instance:



http://www.mathisfunforum.com/

bob bundy
2013-06-02 17:37:11

Try this:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Playfair%27s_axiom

The page is, I think, a recent addition.  Looks like they changed the page name slightly.

Bob

{7/3}
2013-06-01 23:28:20

Hi bobbym,you're gonna have to give me more than that,all i know about internet is how to browse.

bobbym
2013-06-01 22:49:11

Between the url tags.

{7/3}
2013-06-01 22:47:05

I didn't really understand the proofs,and by the way how do you post links?

phrontister
2013-06-01 22:37:48

Maybe this is it? Looks like there was some problem with the handling of the apostrophe in "Playfair's" in the url.

barbie19022002
2013-06-01 20:15:05

Ya, {7/3} is saying right the page is vacant...

{7/3}
2013-06-01 20:06:21

Sorry,but that page seems to be vacant.

bob bundy
2013-06-01 17:26:53

hi {7/3}

I found this on Wiki.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Playfair's_axiom

Bob

{7/3}
2013-06-01 14:50:08

How can playfair's postulate be proved from parallel postulate and vice versa?

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