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Topic: [ap-calculus] Stewart 7th Ed
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Eric Neuhaus

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[ap-calculus] Stewart 7th Ed
Posted: Sep 15, 2012 4:33 PM
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My name is Eric Neuhaus. I'm a first year Calculus Teacher at Oldenburg Academy. Is there anybody out there that uses the Stewart Single Variable Calculus AP Edition, 7th Ed that wouldn't mind sharing a pacing guide? If you don't mind please reply off
the list. My address is eneuhaus@oldenburgacademy.org.
Thanks,

Eric C. Neuhaus
Oldenburg Academy

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