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Nancy Golden
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Re: Always Something to Learn and Review is a Good Thing
Nancy Golden   7/19/2012 4:21:42 PM
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Good point, Warren - that is why I have kept every textbook I have ever owned! You never know when you need to go back to basics and go "Oh yeah, I remember going over that...that's how it works"

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Re: Always Something to Learn and Review is a Good Thing
warren@fourward.com   7/19/2012 3:53:50 PM
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It's always amazing how you forget the basics when you don't use them all the time.  I will wait with baited breath for the class to see if I'm as smart as my wife thinks I am.

Good luck with the class!

Nancy Golden
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Always Something to Learn and Review is a Good Thing
Nancy Golden   7/19/2012 3:21:19 PM
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I have to admit those were my thoughts when I saw this class offering, but that is probably an ego thing (yes, even women engineers have one occasionally LOL) and who knows what I might learn. I thought about having my teenage son sit in as a good introduction to electronics. I think you are right, there is always something we can learn and it never hurts to get a refresher on the basics.

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