Lecture Notes.
 
  

 
Module One: Session Two

Introduction to the Lecture Notes

  • Working through these lessons and their corresponding practice exercises will help to ensure the extra margin you'll need to get a high grade in this course. The lessons are designed to help you review concepts covered in class. They do not replace class attendance, nor do they replace notes or textbook reading.

  • MEMORIZE: Those parts listed in RED or bold should be memorized. Students who memorize these terms and have a good understanding of them are virtually assured a high grade. Students who do not memorize these terms usually fail the course.

  • It is recommended that you study these lessons as they are covered in the course. You may work ahead if you're so inclined, but don't work beyond your understanding. Do not wait until just before an exam to begin the lessons. "Cramming" doesn't work with this material.
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