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re: How much do you owe in student loans? - LSUTigerDoc
Nothing thanks to TOPS for undergrad and the most generous parents ever who paid for medical school. ...


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re: 4th grade question has us stumped! - LSUTigerDoc
[quote]quote: Divide 36 by 2, then by 4, then by 6. Seems to work, no? [/quote] I like this idea, but I like to be able to predict what the next number in a sequence would be in either direction. If the next number in the sequence is 6, what's the number that comes before 36? Fwiw, I believe...


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re: 4th grade question has us stumped! - LSUTigerDoc
Please give my OCD a break, and tell me y'all are using 46782 as the final answer. ...


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re: 4th grade question has us stumped! - LSUTigerDoc
[quote] My 7th grade daughter wants to know how you come by the 4 in the 10,000s place? [/quote] Next number in the series is 4.5. (If decimals/fractions haven't yet been taught by fourth grade--I can't remember--then there's a flaw in the question). The "next" number is the 4. Nothing says tha...


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re: 4th grade question has us stumped! - LSUTigerDoc
I stand corrected. 46782. Final answer. ...


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re: 4th grade question has us stumped! - LSUTigerDoc
[quote]Posted by tigerjjs Divide 36 by 2, then by 4, then by 6. Seems to work, no? [/quote] I guess that would work if common core math says that both 36/4 and 36/6 both equal 9. ...


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re: 4th grade question has us stumped! - LSUTigerDoc
Blood, please print this thread and attach it to your son's/daughter's homework. ...


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re: 4th grade question has us stumped! - LSUTigerDoc
[quote] Posted by WDE24 After looking again, i think the first number is 9. [/quote] I'd like to hear your rationale. ...


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re: 4th grade question has us stumped! - LSUTigerDoc
46781...


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re: Cat6 to hdmi conversion - LSUTigerDoc
Again, HB, my thanks! :cheers:...


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re: Cat6 to hdmi conversion - LSUTigerDoc
Thanks HB! :dude:...


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re: Cat6 to hdmi conversion - LSUTigerDoc
Don't know the brand of the cable. The converters are FyreStorm EX 1UTP IR 40. ...


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re: Cat6 to hdmi conversion - LSUTigerDoc
I used shielded. ...


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Cat6 to hdmi conversion - LSUTigerDoc
Wise sages of the tech board, I need your help. On my outdoor patio, my av components are approx 40 feet from my television. For this reason, during construction, I chose to run several separate cat6 cables from the av component closet to the television location. From here on, pardon my ignoranc...


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re: Bone Marrow Donation questions? - LSUTigerDoc
Compensated????!!!??? :spank: For those of you who would like to join the registry and aren't concerned by the fact that a donor is not compensated, visit bethematch.org, website for the National Marrow Donor Program. ...


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re: Bone Marrow Donation questions? - LSUTigerDoc
First of all, thank you for being on the registry and for agreeing to the harvest/donation. As to your question, the donation of marrow (by way of harvest from the pelvic bone) is the preferred source of cells for some diseases. If the marrow registry is requesting this, I suspect that your reci...


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re: Problem with outdoor lighting - LSUTigerDoc
UPDATE: Today I exposed all the underground wires to the nonfunctional lights. The lights are powered by 18 gauge wire that jumps off the 12 gauge feeder lines. Again, what's weird about the situation is that, along one segment of the 12 gauge wire that comes from the transformer, some lights are f...


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re: Problem with outdoor lighting - LSUTigerDoc
Thanks for all your help. ...


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re: Problem with outdoor lighting - LSUTigerDoc
[quote]If 2, then there should be a reset button on the transformer you can reset. How many lights went out and are they like every other one?[/quote] No question that the lights went out simultaneously. All were on yesterday and 6 of 18 are out tonight. Yes, they are all the same type light. ...


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re: Problem with outdoor lighting - LSUTigerDoc
[quote]Low voltage direct burial cable lights are notorious for this. It'll be in the connection to the light from the main feeder cable. Get used to it. [/quote] But if that's the case, why would multiple go out simultaneously?...


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