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Study group for MA460 Fall 2009

Anyone interested in forming a study group? Mary and I have decided to meet on Mondays at 3:30 pm to start the homeworks for each week. Is anyone else interested in joining? The more heads the better!

Where are you planning on meeting?

This week we met at Lawson, but that could change based on what other people prefer. -Mary

I'm definitely interested but I have class at 4:30 on Mondays. Do you guys meet on any other days too?

I would be interested in joining this study group, I am free on those Mondays and I am very flexible to any meeting place. If you post the next meeting and a time and a place I will be sure to make it. -Brian H

Count me in. I definitely need help after struggling with the first homework. I also have 4:30 classes, so how about 5:30? -Craig

I'd be interested but I can't do anything till after 6. --Ashley

I know that i would be interested in meeting but i could not be able to meet until 7ish if anyone is still interested.

I would be interested in meeting, also. If someone could meet on a different day that would be great, Mondays are terrible for me. Let me know if anyone wants to meet on Tuesday afternoon? -Brittany

As far as meeting on different days, Kat and I had discussed meeting on Wednesdays as well, but I could also do Tuesdays after 4:20. As far as a different meeting time on Mondays, I have a weekly meeting on Monday evenings but I don't know the regular time yet. We should all get together in class on Tuesday and try to work out a regular time/day to work. -Mary

Hey Guys! Dana and I are meeting at Lawson at 3:30 today (Tuesday, Sept. 8) to work on homework. If anyone wants to join us, we'll probably be there for awhile in the table area at the front! -Jennie

Might I suggest that the only time that a majority of the class is going to be free will be at night. Uli can reserve us a room in the math building from probably 7-10 on any night to work. Also a room with a big black board will come in handy. - Chris

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