The following questions are intended to be challenging and _instructive_. If you know exactly how to answer each one, that’s great, but if you get some wrong and learn _why_ you got it wrong, I contend that’s even better!
The following questions are intended to be challenging and instructive. If you know exactly how to answer each one, that’s great, but if you get some wrong and learn why you got it wrong, I contend that’s even better!
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