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BT 34.016 726.887 Td /F1 10.5 Tf [(eventually coming up with a solution, perhaps working with other students. Finding and reading a solution on the internet will likely lead to little learning. As a visual )] TJ ET
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BT 34.016 567.182 Td /F1 10.5 Tf [(A Mathematical Theory of Communication - Harvard University)] TJ ET
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BT 34.016 381.836 Td /F1 10.5 Tf [(i.e., they have the same probability . ... SOLUTION : 263. \(c\) What is the probability of generating a four-letter word that starts with an ”s ” ? SOLUTION : 263 264 = 1 )] TJ ET
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