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Where do I start, I have purchased the required text "Life: The Science Of Biology (Seventh Edition)", and the 1st reading says Chapter 1, p. 526. Chapter 1 is on Page 1, and Page 526 is chapter 27, I am confused about what the required reading is for lecture 1?

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@codemonkey76: Which course are you taking? 7.01SC, 7.012, 7.013, 7.014 or something else? And please provide at least the author of the textbook.
I am taking 7.013 - Introductory Biology

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I checked it out and it seems they mean the reading for lecture 1 is Chapter 1 AND p.526. Look at the reading for lecture 2 as well. It's Chapter 2 AND pp. 169-171 which is in Ch.9. They give the page numbers only when they are referring to a specific part of a chapter. Hope that helps. Good luck with 7.013! :)

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