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Richard Hake

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MIsspelling of "Khan" as "Kahn"
Posted: Mar 15, 2012 10:28 PM
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Sorry - in my recent post "Kahn's Video Lectures on Acceleration and
Newton's Second Law" I misspelled "Khan" as "Kahn" not only in the
subject heading but also in the text.

Butte of coarse its nut may fault - its may stooped spiel chequer -
see e.g., Zar (1994, 2000).

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REFERENCES [URL's shortened by <http://bit.ly/> and accessed on 18 Feb 2012.]
Zar, J. 1994. "Candidate for a Pullet Surprise," Journal of
Irreproducible Results, January/February, p. 13. Reprinted "by
popular demand" in the Journal of Irreproducible Results 45(5/6),
2000, p. 20; online at <http://bit.ly/uW8mM7>.



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