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hello i am not ready for midterms i dont even know what to study for can someone help me please like try to quiz me please ?

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Why don't you post your questions? Questions are easiest to answer when they're posted one by one - that way, there's no ambiguity or confusion about which discussions go with which questions. It's also a good idea to post tentative answers (even if they're just hunches) or explain what specifically about the question you need help with. It's also a good idea to scroll down in the forum before posting questions. I know there isn't an easy way to search the forum, but often people find answers simply by looking at the questions people have already posted.
i m also having mid terms and want some one to ask ques ....
http://quizlet.com/ amazing site try this

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