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Unformatted text preview: that we live in today? Another thing that came across my mind was that I wonder why lightning was so much more dangerous, especially fatal. It seems that houses were much more frequently struck, and today you don't see lightning rods on houses very often, is it because we have so many other places for lightning to strike and hit? 3) Then, briefly answer the following questions, and submit your answers via Web CT, along with your question from "part 2", by 11 PM on Mon. Feb 25 th : a) How good do you feel about your performance on your groups 1st class oral presentation? b) What do you think could be improved next time you present? c) How fairly were duties and responsibilities shared within your group? d) Were there any clear leaders in your group? Did anyone not pull their fair share? Who was the weakest link? (HINT: feel free to rant hereyour answers will be anonymous and will not be shared with the class)...
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- Spring '08