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Jellyblubbers worksheet on the web
Posted: Nov 23, 1999 3:10 PM
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Thanks to Ruth Wulff, the letter paper version of Jelly Blubbers is
now on the web at:

smard.cqu.edu.au/Database/Senior/Maths_C/Probability_and_Statistics/

As with the A4 version the blubbers fill the page, so you will need to
set very small page margins to print the entire colony out.

Thanks, Ruth, for taking the time to round up those little critters!

Cheers

Rex
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