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Math 213 — Fall 2007 Try “drill exercises” as you do the reading for each class Each section of the text has many examples with worked out solutions. These examples are almost always paired with similar exercises at the end of the section. For example, the wording of Example 4 in Section 9.1 is nearly identical to that of Exercise 15 of that section. Exercises 16 to 18 are varia- tions on the same theme. Do as many exercises as needed to make sure you understand the concept. Write down questions on what you don’t understand from the reading It is often the case that when writing down a question about something you don’t understand, you figure out that you misunderstood something else. Sometimes you will even be able to answer a question just by writing it down. Even if that is not the case, you are now armed with a question to ask your instructor or teaching assistant. If you can’t solve a homework problem, try the previous
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