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User Review  hart0521  LibraryThingI enjoyed reading this book. The seemed it would easy to read and understand for a 13 grader. The book tells a story of a young girl that hates school and she explains why, but at the end of the school year she admits that she will miss it. Illustration was very detailed. Read full review
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User Review  tramtran  LibraryThingThis book is very clever. The book is about a little girl talking about all the things she hates about school, but then realizes that she miss it when it's over. The author did a good job interpreting ... Read full review
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probability distributions 2 17 Function rules for discrete random variables  2 
Normal Population and Sampling Distributions 204  6 
The General Linear Model and the Analysis of  7 
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