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# Week 2 Notes- 9.1 Figures in the Plane MATH 209

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Math 209 Geometry & Measurement
Katherine Nichols

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These notes are from week 2 lecture. They cover section 9.1 Figures in the Plane. Hope these help!
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Math 209 Geometry & Measurement
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Katherine Nichols
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Date Created: 01/24/15
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