Online take home quiz for undergrad physics class, Physics

Hi there,
I have online take home quiz tmr, just wondering if there''s a way that you guys can help me.
I can take a screenshot of the questions and send it to you. I need the answer back asap to submit the answer in order to get the next question.
Please email me asap.

Thank you
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