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Is Ch.26 in ASM study manual 13th edition sufficient for understanding Large Data sets?

I was looking through old TIA notes, and realized they had the exact exposure method as well, but I didn't see anything about that in ASM ch.26. Thanks so much!
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Is Ch.26 in ASM study manual 13th edition sufficient for understanding Large Data sets?

I was looking through old TIA notes, and realized they had the exact exposure method as well, but I didn't see anything about that in ASM ch.26. Thanks so much!
Chapter 28 has exact exposure
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