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MCMP205L

Course: MCMP 205, Spring 2011
School: Purdue
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204L: MCMP What the course/instructors expect from the student After reading a lot of reviews for the course, I understand that there is a lot of work to be done for the lab. There are several different assignments like the notebook, the quiz, lab report, observation sheet, the post lab exercise and sometimes a worksheet too. Now, this may seem like a lot of work, but it is not too much of work. Here is how I...

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