# Maths

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Can u plss help me how to do triangles?
N..how not to stress?!
N..is this free?!

~thanks~

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Yes, this is a free service. The question you ask has to be specific, generalized questions are difficult to answer, and often go unanswered.
Ask specific questions, in the best English you can use.

Thanks.

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