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Chandan Yashraj
5/22/2011 01:07:28 am
I remember us doing these problems in class together, but for numbers 2336 in section 13.1, what is it exactly asking to do? I'm getting confused and there's no example to support it.
Chandan Yashraj
5/22/2011 02:20:41 am
How would you do number 39 in 13.2? it is similar to number 35, where the answer is in the thousands. How do they get such a big number?
Ayo Adewole
5/22/2011 01:52:37 pm
can someone explain how to do number 37 in 13.1?
Chandan Yashraj
5/23/2011 12:03:14 pm
Never mind, I got numbers 23 and 25. (I actually meant numbers 2326, but said 36 instead. its just using the counting formula!). If anyone can answer my other questions though, I would appreciate it.
Chandan Yashraj
5/23/2011 02:23:09 pm
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