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Electronics => RF, Microwave, Ham Radio => Topic started by: Halcyon on May 29, 2020, 04:31:58 am

Title: Help required with University paper (Trigonometry / Satellites)
Post by: Halcyon on May 29, 2020, 04:31:58 am
I hate asking for help with assignments but this one has me absolutely stumped since my maths skills aren't strong and I've bitten off more than I can chew.

If any of you wonderful people have the time over the next few days to assist me with a University paper in relation to satellite orbits and the maths behind the RF itself, there is a case of beer (or beverage of your choice) in it for you. Alternatively, we can come to some kind of other arrangement.

If you have some spare time and wouldn't mind assisting, please PM me and we'll talk one-on-one.
Title: Re: Help required with University paper (Trigonometry / Satellites)
Post by: TheUnnamedNewbie on May 29, 2020, 06:53:44 am
Why not just put the information out here so everyone interested can help?
Title: Re: Help required with University paper (Trigonometry / Satellites)
Post by: Halcyon on May 29, 2020, 08:12:18 am
Why not just put the information out here so everyone interested can help?

I thought about that but the content is copyrighted by the university, so I'm not allowed to reproduce or publicise it.

Also, because the questions/answers are changed slightly for each semester. Based on the questions, they could determine which group of people it came from. Not something I want to deal with. They deliberately put those "markers" in so they can be somewhat traced.
Title: Re: Help required with University paper (Trigonometry / Satellites)
Post by: vk4ffab on May 30, 2020, 09:27:44 am
Why not just put the information out here so everyone interested can help?

I thought about that but the content is copyrighted by the university, so I'm not allowed to reproduce or publicise it.

Also, because the questions/answers are changed slightly for each semester. Based on the questions, they could determine which group of people it came from. Not something I want to deal with. They deliberately put those "markers" in so they can be somewhat traced.

What is the actual math you do not understand? No one is going to show you HOW to work it all out, but we will happily help you UNDERSTAND the math you do not. We can explain processes and you can do then do your assignment.
Title: Re: Help required with University paper (Trigonometry / Satellites)
Post by: Halcyon on June 07, 2020, 06:52:54 am
Here is one I can share...

The math confuses the crap out of me.
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