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5 How Do You Function? Intermediate Algebra, Chapters 7 and 8 5-1 Discussion: Functions 5-2 Problem Set: Functions 5-3 Reminder: Problem Set: Descriptive Measures 6 Distance From Average Intermediate Algebra , Supplement Chapter: Descriptive Statistics 6-1 Discussion: Descriptive Measures 6-2 Problem Set: Descriptive Measures 7 Stop and Review Intermediate Algebra , Review Previously Assigned Chapters 7-1 Discussion: What’s Left? 7-2 Review Problem Sets (Non-graded) 8 Finally, The Final! 8-1 Final Exam
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