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Name/Description Administrator Created Members
MAT 120 03 SP15jenniferjeter@jalc.eduJan 21, 201521
MAT 120 05 SP15jenniferjeter@jalc.eduJan 21, 201512
Ny girlscout troops186
we duh best
m-kaddoJan 21, 20153
My Group.jab47@scasd.orgJan 21, 20151
AP Stat Handedness DatasarahalmarJan 21, 20151
Fedeli Kubicki Glover Stat Projectbjf14Jan 21, 20153
Caffeine
Caffeine study summary of data
ebs14@scasd.orgJan 21, 20153
Bedtime ritualsashleykelleyrn@yahoo.comJan 21, 20158
CSU STAT 301 Section 5 Spring 2015tennisrick13Jan 20, 201565
CSU Stat 301 Sections 001, 002, 006 (Spring 2015)
This is for sections of Stat 301 with Aaron Nielsen as an instructor.
nielsen@rams.colostate.eduJan 20, 2015210
MAT 121 Spring 2015 Kumpjkump@wcupa.eduJan 20, 201592
Woodbury Math 21 Spring 2015georgew49Jan 20, 201568
MAT 223 Statistics Spring 2015 - GrantcgrantfcJan 19, 201560
STAT 307 sec 003 Spring 2015 (Gabriel Young)
If you are currently enrolled in Gabriel Young's statistics 307-003 course for the Spring 2015 semester, then you are in the right group.
youngga@lamar.colostate.eduJan 17, 201547
Team 2 Statistics for Healthcare Workers kyoung79Jan 17, 20155

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