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Old   May 27, 2014, 12:25
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Hi I would like some help with three models. I have done them to the best of my ability for homework but I am getting stuck and frustrated. They are fairly simple models. I would like someone to help me proof read the txt files and add a few bits I am stuck on. I can email the questions and you can look at where we go from there. I would guess to someone with good knowledge and hour at most. What I would like also is that they are set out so that I can learn from them. PM me for more details. Many thanks
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Hi I would like some help with three models. I have done them to the best of my ability for homework but I am getting stuck and frustrated. They are fairly simple models. I would like someone to help me proof read the txt files and add a few bits I am stuck on. I can email the questions and you can look at where we go from there. I would guess to someone with good knowledge and hour at most. What I would like also is that they are set out so that I can learn from them. PM me for more details. Many thanks
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