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Unformatted text preview: 2. There are many situations that can be described by the ideas in this chapter, for example, the operation of a single light switch or a light that has two switches. Can you think of other everyday occurrences that can be described by the notational methods presented in this chapter? 3. Have you ever sent e-mail to someone only to regret it immediately? Do you find that you would say something in e-mail that you would never say in person? Consider the premise E-mail has lowered the civility of personal discourse. Do you agree or disagree? 4. If a person sends e-mail from a school computer or a business computer, should that message be considered private? Does the insti-tution or person that owns the computer from which e-mail is sent have a right to inspect the message? 5. Do you consider reading someone elses e-mail as less of an invasion of privacy than reading someones ordinary mail? ? Thought Questions 113...
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