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In preparation for the review sessions, here’s the review questions. They should be the same as any that end up on the D2L page for MATH211.
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In preparation for the review sessions, here's the review questions. They should be the same as any that end up on the D2L page for MATH265.
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Due to scheduling conflicts we don't currently have a finalized schedule for our review sessions. We are still trying to confirm times and locations for STAT217, MATH249, MATH267 and confirm the location for STAT213. As this informa (More)|
|Note taking for me has always been fairly difficult. In grade school I always struggled with finding a note taking style that worked for me; I remember using a different style of note taking every month along with different pens, highlighters, tabs, (More)|
|In this fantastical version of "Romeo + Juliet" Baz Luhrmann keeps the text almost exact but sets the movie in a version of modern days. It is a version of modern days due to the weird mix up Luhrmann has going on. There is slo-motion, increases in t (More)|
|Trevor Nunn’s Twelfth Night or What You Will (1996) is a witty, heartfelt rendition of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy. Nunn brought the story to life through excellent casting, giving the audience background information, and physical closeness to (More)|
Baz Luhrmann makes excellent interpretive choices to emphasize the importance of fate in his 1996 film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. Through some may cite its deviations from the original Shakespearean text as demerits, overall, Luhrmann’s us (More)|