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Is it acceptable to ask an unknown professor outside my dept for help in a related field during his office hours?

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Is it acceptable to ask a randoman unknown professor for help in a related field during his office hours?

Would a professor find it strange or be irritated if a randoman unknown student asks him a question during his office hours that is related to his field but either is or isn't related to any class he is teaching?

Sometimes I encounter a math problem in my engineering class where I'd find it helpful if a math professor could explain a concept to me when I don't have any satisfactory answers. Another example is if I am working on an outside of class project and would like to ask a CS professor what an apache log is?

Is this acceptable?

Is it acceptable to ask a random professor for help in a related field during his office hours?

Would a professor find it strange or be irritated if a random student asks him a question during his office hours that is related to his field but either is or isn't related to any class he is teaching?

Sometimes I encounter a math problem in my engineering class where I'd find it helpful if a math professor could explain a concept to me when I don't have any satisfactory answers. Another example is if I am working on an outside of class project and would like to ask a CS professor what an apache log is?

Is this acceptable?

Is it acceptable to ask an unknown professor for help in a related field during his office hours?

Would a professor find it strange or be irritated if an unknown student asks him a question during his office hours that is related to his field but either is or isn't related to any class he is teaching?

Sometimes I encounter a math problem in my engineering class where I'd find it helpful if a math professor could explain a concept to me when I don't have any satisfactory answers. Another example is if I am working on an outside of class project and would like to ask a CS professor what an apache log is?

Is this acceptable?

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Would a professor find it strange or be irritated if a random student asks him a question during his office hours that is related to his field but either is or isn't related to any class he is teaching?

Sometimes I encounter a math problem in my engineering class where I'd find it helpful if a math professor could explain a concept to me when I don't find my engineering professor's answerhave any satisfactory answers. Another example is if I am working on an outside of class project and would like to ask a CS professor for some insight intowhat an apache logslog is?

Is this acceptable?

Would a professor find it strange or be irritated if a random student asks him a question during his office hours that is related to his field but either is or isn't related to any class he is teaching?

Sometimes I encounter a math problem in my engineering class where I'd find it helpful if a math professor could explain a concept to me when I don't find my engineering professor's answer satisfactory. Another example is if I am working on an outside of class project and would like to ask a CS professor for some insight into apache logs?

Is this acceptable?

Would a professor find it strange or be irritated if a random student asks him a question during his office hours that is related to his field but either is or isn't related to any class he is teaching?

Sometimes I encounter a math problem in my engineering class where I'd find it helpful if a math professor could explain a concept to me when I don't have any satisfactory answers. Another example is if I am working on an outside of class project and would like to ask a CS professor what an apache log is?

Is this acceptable?

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