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- How to steal money if you have a quantum computer?
- What are the rules associated with the ritual of kshoura/kshavaram (shaving of hair)? And do these differ between sampradayas?
- Is liberation possible only through a human birth?
- Did Rama tell lie while departure from Ayodya
- The two definitions of soul. Which one is true?
- What is the history and (current) location of the root text sources comprising the Pali Cannon?
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- Guess Me riddle #2
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- Standard Deviation for Z-scores
- Queries regarding Social Media Advertisement Analytics
- Metrics to measure imbalanced multi-class problem
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- Is there any way to establish wireless communication between a Raspberry Pi and an Arduino?
- Can the function be written without “;” in the end?
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Questions regarding で, に
Does this で mean "because"? If so, can it be replaced by だから、なので and/or だということで? (I think that で in the first sentence is supposed to be だ/です, but can it be translated as "because"?)
I think that に can also mean "because" at times, would it work this time?
Regarding the second sentence, is the で used the same (だ/です)?
As you can see, I'm a bit confused with all these way of saying the same thing.