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    Hey everybody, I am wondering if there is anybody from Vancouver, Canada who would like to study with me. It would be nice to have a study partner for this course! Thanks

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    1. Kidneys
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      Hi a friend of mine lives in Regina and we are probably on the same time zone. I am currently on Problem set 2 and still learning but quickly.. maybe we can help each other out? do a little checks and balances. PS i am American

    2. canuckfan34
      • 2 years ago
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      I stopped on problem set 2 about a week ago and started a different beginners course because I felt like I had missed something, due to having a problem with the problem set. So I have done that and I am going to start problem set2 again after doing a little review by watching the last lecture again. You might be a little more advanced then me, so let me know that you think about whether it would be useful to you to partner up with me! Have a good Easter weekend!

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