how can i read the lecture transcripts in 15 min max with optimum understanding. please i need help.

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how can i read the lecture transcripts in 15 min max with optimum understanding. please i need help.

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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i didn't know they had any transcripts available of any lectures...
You can't. There's no way you can realistically achieve that. What do you need to know?
anjeas, u must "divide and conquer", find someone ask them to ask some one else. each person will only repeat what happened a minute in the lecture, but must include 2 seconds of the previous reply. buy the time it gets back to you, with the 15 minutes that u spent watching, will include the solution. aka recursion... a leap of faith...

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That's so funny, I'm gonna give you a medal....
thank you. lol
no problem
et that was cool. please grap a medal.
thanks anjeas the big O is on your side...
@ anjeas: Download lecture ==> open with mplayer [if you're in linux.] You can speed up the playback [tempo] without changing the pitch. Not sure if you can absorb lecture at 3.5x [or so...] speed but I've doubled the speed on audio books when in a hurry.

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