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Old 04-04-2013, 03:48 PM
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Thanks! That's very helpful. Now I can stop contemplating that and get to making up stories.
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the wire references got a slight chuckle out of me.
They should've called the region Hamsterdam instead of Moreland. I haven't started yet but my initial thought to mitigate the terrorist attack risk is to employ Brother Mouzone as head of security.
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You have to take the third derivative of any of these stats to show Amoron is doing a good job.
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Big assumption. The reading in Segal related to this EOM exercise is 158 pages in total (3 chapters). No way Jose. I do not have the stamina to sit through that much mind-numbing snooze fodder. There better be a summary somewhere in those chapters lol.
Can anyone tell me the Segal chapters required for Mod 44? I'm still on Mod 3 so this is not unlocked yet. I'd like to bring this book along on some upcoming flights and knock out the reading while I can. Thanks!
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All the readings for EOM4 are in the required readings for Module 3.
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All the readings for EOM4 are in the required readings for Module 3.
Got it. Thanks!
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Old 05-21-2013, 08:06 PM
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This seems to be the easiest end of module exercise (EOM #4) for everyone, but I'm struggling a bit. Can someone please tell me what part of the Segal book I should read in order to better understand this assignment. To be honest, I somewhat skimmed through the readings and need a little guidance.

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Can anybody provide some guidance for those without the Segal textbook? Primarily, what exactly an RCD tool is and how it works.

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Get the textbook.
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Are there any chapters besides 4 and 5 that are required from the Segal textbook for the EOM exercise?
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