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On a home work assignment it gives the page number and the problems to do followed by E3P. Does that mean every 3rd problem.(It shows 1-26 E3P, but I thought it would be 1,3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24,27) Please help. Thanks

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    That sounds good to me. But talk to your teacher for a definite answer.

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    E3P? if that is what it means, then 1,4,7, ....

    I have never seen that. Have text abbreviations crept into the classroom blackboard? As GuruBlue said, I would email or talk to the teacher....or text the teacher?

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    Thanks

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