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sujaysen, your answer was correct. Sometimes users give us negative ratings for no reason at all. It has happened to me plenty of times. You did nothing wrong.
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@vchutkan, lot of thanks for your nice answer. But if it happens like so, the experts may be get suspended at any day by loosing his/her ratings day by day. So, I would like to draw the kind attention of Weegy Team to stop this type of unjustified activities from the User and help the Expert/(s). Because it hurts a lot to them and makes frustrated on good working.
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There are really some users who give negative ratings for every correct answers and positive ratings for every incorrect answers. I've seen a lot of them.
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@SecretAgent, I completely agree with you, but what is the solution for it? Why Weegy do not treat this matter strongly?
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MHR (maximum heart rate) should be calculated: C. during an intense exercise routine.
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