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couple of quick questions

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by nydentist32, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. nydentist32

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    1. does the DAT calculator have sin cos or tan and cube roots?
    2. what are some good review materials for physiological systems in bio?
    3. What angle ranking technique do you guys find is most efficent. I was destroying them on kaplan but cdp is toughh

    thanks
     
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    no to #1, only square root and all other basic functions. its the same as the basic windows calculator
     
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    for bio the 3 most common used sources are barrons, cliffs, and schaums. see what you like best.

    for angles condog has videos on predds dot net, but not that much on angles, also search for hill or laptop technique on the forum and see that write up and how you feel about those techniques.
     

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