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Weird and possibly irrelevant question, but can you ctrl+f search in the exam tables during the exam? I have avoided doing so while studying, but this would save a short amount of time during the sitting.
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Nope. There are headings for the different sections of the exhibit so you can jump directly to continuous, discrete, etc.
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Nope. There are headings for the different sections of the exhibit so you can jump directly to continuous, discrete, etc.
The heading links make navigation really easy. Also, by the time I was finished studying I knew where everything was in the formula sheet by heart, so it took only a couple pagedowns/pageups to navigate to where I wanted to be.
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I figured this would be the answer. I also have most of it memorized like you DyalDragon, was just curious. The heading links will definitely help, though! Thanks
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