Problem is, every second thread you start ends drifting into some meaningless discussion of secondary details that are way beyond things you know and understand.
Are they meaningless? Are they secondary? Are they beyond what I can understand? If I knew these things were secondary and irrelevant I would not have asked. I just want to reach a clear understanding on things.
Sorry to say that, but you are wearing us out for no gain. At the moment I am often ignoring your questions as I know answering will start an endless and fruitless discussion for which I have no time. You worked hard to put me in this position. I am far from being happy about that, but that's the only way for me to be still able to help others on the forum, otherwise I would waste all my time discussing for umpth time equilibrium calculations - which I explained to you already in October last year.
Ok, I see. I don't think I have asked for help on the same topic twice. But I see that my questions/responses are a cause for frustration to you.
I can sympathise with what Borek's saying here. Here's my grouse. I rarely see you do any of the grunt work: substituting values, solving equations, crunching numbers. Looking up references. Most science is not a spectator sport. You cannot always have your answers on a platter.
In general, whenever you have asked I have always responded with the hard work. When you asked me to give attempts for the ODEs earlier this thread, I did, and used LaTeX as you suggest. Perhaps your last line - which I embolden - is the main idea though.