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Chapter 3 Opener

Chapter 3 Opener
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    Cody (moderator)9 years ago |
    FYI- Students who use this book for class are more than welcome to use this comment section as a way to express questions you have about the material in this book. We will do our best to give you a swift response, and help you understand the math in the text book.
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    Ron Larson (author)9 years ago |
    I hope you like reading this chapter as much as I liked writing it. The study of logic can be dreadful and tedious. This chapter is not like that. Instead, this chapter gives dozens of examples of how logical thinking is critical to being an informed and responsible citizen of your city, state, country, and Planet Earth.
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