What do the planets spin on?

What do the planets spin on?

This is a 6th grade question.
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naseeamAsked:
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PapertripCommented:
It's hard to answer that without giving the actual full answer, since it's only 1 word.
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PapertripCommented:
I guess I could say, ask Google?
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snurkerCommented:
Axis
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naseeamAuthor Commented:
That was a perfect answer. It was all I needed, thank you.
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PapertripCommented:
Giving direct answers to school questions is against EE policy.
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TommySzalapskiCommented:
Giving direct answers to naseeam is fine since he isn't in 6th grade. He has children that occasionally ask him questions that he wants some help on. We trust him to do the Socratic questioning process himself when he passes the information on to them. The more explanation you can give, the better. (This one didn't need any extra explaining).
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PapertripCommented:
Interesting you say that.  The only reason I know about the policy is because I did give naseeam a direct answer to one of his previous 6th grade questions, and have a permanent mark on my profile for it now.

Member Comment by _alias99 on 09/19/11 01:29 PM
Papertrip,

I've deleted a comment and a question you were involved in today because you had given full/exact answers to homework questions.  It appears that you understand this point now, but just to verify, please limit your input in homework questions to help/guidance not full solutions.

The goal is to help students learn - not to do their work for them.

Thanks for your understanding.


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TommySzalapskiCommented:
_alias99 must not have known the situation.
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PapertripCommented:
I'm going to request attention to this question to get a confirmed and absolute answer from the mods for all of our future reference.
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naseeamAuthor Commented:
OK,  Will do my best.
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