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Jan Meeting

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Posted 1/6/2006 11:10 AM (#499)
Subject: Jan Meeting

Posts: 76
Location: PL Dunbar
Okay guys, we need to decide what all we need to bring with us to our meeting in Jan. I couldn't remember when that day is in Jan do we know that yet?
Posted 1/6/2006 1:57 PM (#501 - in reply to #499)
Subject: RE: Jan Meeting

Posts: 41
Location: PL Dunbar
If i remember correctly we choose two days for the UK guy to meet with us and I don't think we heard back which day he was coming.

I figure for the meeting we should bring our Alg. 1 and 2 textbooks, any lessons or worksheets we have and you should bring that website you have with the car thing. Then we can discuss with the UK man what we have and what would be good to add technology wise and how to make some more real world applications with what he has to offer.
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