Post your questions about chemistry, whether they're school related or just out of general interest. Please do not post entire problem sets or questions that you haven't attempted to answer yourself. We will not do your homework for you. If you post a question, identify specific areas that you need help with to allow the moderators and user to assist you in the learning process!
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A subreddit to draw simple physics questions away from /r/physics. No real rules; ask away.
If your basic physics question isn't answered in a day, you can post it to /r/physics if you mention that you didn't get an answer on /r/AskPhysics (unless it's a homework-related physics question).
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This is a subreddit for discussion on all things dealing with statistical theory, software, and application.
We welcome all researchers, students, professionals, and enthusiasts looking to be apart of an online Statistics Community.
Engineers apply the knowledge of science and math to build maintainable systems and devices to solve problems. AskEngineers is a forum for questions about the processes and standards used to build them, as well as for questions about the engineering profession and its many disciplines.