Do you think Y!A censors should kick obvious homework questions off?

Do you think Y!A censors should kick obvious homework questions off? Topic: Do you think Y!A censors should kick obvious homework questions off?
April 21, 2019 / By Tracey
Question: It seems like lots of kids are posting their homework on this forum, and always getting people to answer their questions. Do you think this should be against the rules?
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Sadie Sadie | 3 days ago
I never block someone for having a homework question, but I never answer one, either. If all the computers, were to go down, most, would "not" know how to do their homework by hand, and "show" how they got the "answer." What a shame. With the most "creative" invention in years, It is causing the "students, "to no longer to be creative." <}:-{( ..\\//,
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Sadie Originally Answered: how many countries did they kick the jew out of?
“Jews And Money - Story Of A Stereotype,” is the title of a new book by Abraham Foxman, director of the Anti Defamation League. Powerful Jews, Andrew Tisch, of the Loews Corporation, and Rupert Murdoch (Jewish mother), of News Corporation, chimed in with “rave” reviews. Of course the Christ-hating Jew, Andrew Tisch, attacked Christianity as the origin and perpetrator of stereotyping Jews as greedy money changers. All this hype behind Foxman’s book is to convince the goyim that “stereotypes” of Jews possessing a disproportionate amount of wealth and control is “false and dangerous.” But we who are not swayed by Jewish babble, simply see the facts glaring in our faces which convince even the casual observer that Jews possess an enormous amount of wealth (48% of US Billionaires are Jews) and use it to buy politicians and public opinion. The serpent’s nest of this many-headed Judaic money-monster is to be found on Wall Street where names like Morgan, Rockefeller, and Mellon are no longer to be found. This Old World environment of Gentile bankers is now being replaced with a New World Order of Jews with names like Blankfein, Rubin, and Weill. Wall Street Jews run not only the White House and Congress, but decide where American tax-payers’ money should go: to themselves through bail-outs or to their overseas investments that buttress former American factories now located in China and India. What’s the truth? When we delve into the doctrinal foundation of modern, or Rabbinic Judaism (the Talmud and Zohar) we find only agreement with Yosef. This rabbi, just turned 90, speaks from lifetime immersion in this sacred literature which, to observant Jews, far surpasses the authority of the Old Testament. Here are only a few of its many statements relegating Gentiles to the status of animals. “God created them in the form of men for the glory of Israel. But Akum [Gentiles] were created for the sole end of ministering unto them [the Jews] day and night. Nor can they ever be relieved from this service. It is becoming to the son of a king [an Israelite] that animals in their natural form and animals in the form of human beings should minister unto him.” (Talmudic treatise Midrasch Talpioth Folio 225a) [1] “The sexual intercourse of a Goy is like to that of a beast.” (Sanhedrin 74b Tosephoth) “The seed of a Goy is worth the same of that of a beast.” (Kethoboth 36) “Now the serpent was more subtle than any beast of the field, etc. (Gen. III.1) ‘more subtle,’ that is toward evil; ‘than all the beasts’ that is, the idolatrous people of the earth. For they are the children of the ancient serpent which seduced Eve.” (Zohar I, 28b) "'Living soul' designates Israel because they are children to the Almighty, and their souls, which are holy, come from Him. From whence, then, come the souls of other people? R. Eliezer said: ‘They obtained souls from those sides of the left which convey impurity, and therefore they are all impure and defile all those who have contact with them.” AND THE LORD SAID, LET THE EARTH BRING FORTH LIVING SOUL, ETC. “This includes all the other animals (except man), each after its kind. R. Eliezer said: ‘The repetition of the word “after its kind” confirms what we have said before, that “living soul” refers to Israel who have holy living souls from above and “cattle and creeping thing and beast of the earth” are the other peoples who are not “living soul” but who are as we have said.’" (Zohar, Bereshith 47a) [2]

Neva Neva
No. Some questions are legitimate and others show that the student was probably out partying the entire weekend. I only answer the legitimate questions, where it's difficult to find the answer (even on-line) or calls for a conclusion that may be ambiguous. I don't worry about questions that obviously show that the student has not done his/her homework because the results of not doing so will show up on their next test.
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Luvinia Luvinia
I don't think the censors could really tell a student what to ask on Y!A. they could always repost the question as a non homework question and it really isn't their place. usually the answers point to a reference for the answer anyway. Once they get an answer they may understand and learn from it also.
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Kayleen Kayleen
Nope. I like to quote things from Wikipedia, Sparknotes, etc. so that they realize that if they do copy my answers directly from what I post, they will get busted for plagiarism. A lot of people also just post links telling askers where the information is. I just don't understand people who go in and write nasty answers about how kids should do their own homework. There are some reasonable questions on there and if people are going to get worked up about it, then they probably shouldn't be in the section called "Homework Help"
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Hosanna Hosanna
No I don't think it should be against the rules. If someone has a problem or two that they just can not get then why not be able to ask for help? Now, I don't think they should post all of their problems and then just copy the answers that someone puts up. That doesn't teach them anything. People who solve the problem or two should show their work and give an explanation as to how they arrived at the answer. Just giving the answer does no good either.
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Hosanna Originally Answered: Can my landlord kick me out if he wants his "relatives" to live here instead?
Unless you have a lease, you are a month to month tenant, and the rental agreement can be ended by either party upon 30 days notice. Seeing as April is later than 30 days from today. The landlord does not need a reason, he just has to give you notice. You will have to move, and from the description you give, you are most likely better off finding another place.

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