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ftp://ftp.physics.uwa.edu.au/pub/Orbita … bitals.pdf
It looks tough!
There is a darn good pdf all in mathematica about orbitals.
1 D is correct.
2) B is correct.
3) F is correct.
4) E is correct.
5) That is not right.
I have not seen either of them in a while.
It is 107F here so I am half dead.
Hi mandy jane;
Have not seen you in a while.
Because it is a duplicate. I am looking at their answer right now.
That is where I was looking as well as a lot of other places.
I am looking for a application dependent fw. There are many for windows but none it seems for linux.
So you are blacklisted? Can you move away from that area?
when I'm the type of person that wont get employed.
Pardon me for asking but I can not see why you will not be employed. I agree that the online course should be your last resort.
Multitudes of them. I have an XP mentality and it does not fit in a linux world.
I am switching over to it and any such move is very difficult. I am almost done but almost is not good enough.
No I have not and she is back in Florida for 3 weeks so I will not have to. I am currently very busy with Ubuntu.
I know, I was talking to Agnishom.
The Geebra can do it.
I used to mix a can of blue with a can of yellow and always got 2 cans of green.
I never thought about mixing it in equal proportions.
I think they call it green.
And ya didn't save me some?
1102^2+783^2+762^2+404^2=2571353 = 137^3
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