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Course: MATHTOOLKI 2002, Fall 2009
School: University of Texas
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Charles The A. Dana Center The University of Texas at Austin DEV 3.200 2901 N. IH 35, Ste. 3.200, Austin, Texas, 78722-2348 MEMORANDUM To: From: Uri Treisman, Professor of Mathematics and Director, Charles A. Dana Center Darlene Yaez, Research and Evaluation Specialist, Charles A. Dana Center, and Melanie Wenrick, Graduate Research Assistant, Charles A. Dana Center October 6, 1999 Algebra I End-of-Course...

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