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How to put a bracket around a matrix in Microsoft Word
 
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How to create a matrix in Microsoft word and put a bracket around it
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How to diagonally split a cell in Excel
 
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How to diagonally split a cell in Excel by formatting the cell and setting up a diagonal border. Once the cell is split diagonally you can start entering text and aligning as needed.
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How to create bullet points in two columns Microsoft Word
 
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Learn how to create two columns of bullet points in your Microsoft Word Document using the following steps. Step 1: Create a table with the number of rows and columns you need for your bullet points Step 2: label your bullet points in each column and press the bullet point button Step 3: Clear the table which leaves behind all the bullet points
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Product Activation Failed Microsoft Word 2010 Solution
 
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How to remove Product Activation Failed for Microsoft Word 2010 Remove the Dreaded Product Activation Failed Red tool bar by accessing a file inside the word folders.
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How to check if a value is between two values in Excel
 
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How to use Excel to check if a value is between two other values with a formula. Using the 'AND' function you can check if a number is between two other numbers by using the example syntax outlined in the above video.
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How to create your own custom border in Word
 
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Learn how to create and apply a custom border in Microsoft Word. Creating your own custom border can be done by using a saved image on your computer and placing it into the Word document. The border can be adjusted to fit the page and be as transparent as you want, preferably it is advised that the image should be placed behind text as to not interfere with your text. To create the effect of this border we will be utilizing the watermark and header tools in Microsoft Word.
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How to add two audio files Windows Movie Maker
 
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Adding two audio tracks to your video in windows movie maker how to place two sounds in movie maker? The first audio file can be placed by simple dragging The second audio file requires you to use the narration button
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How to create a matrix larger than 3x3 Microsoft Word
 
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how to make a 4x4 matrix in Microsoft Word matrix templates in microsoft word have a 3x3 limit, use object function to create matrices with any size
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How to Write Fractions in Microsoft Word
 
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Learn how to write fractions in Microsoft Word 2010
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How to read csv file with text in Matlab
 
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Learn how to read csv files in Matlab which has text and numbers in this tutorial 'Error using dlmread mismatch between file and format string' If your csv file has only numbers you can use 'csvread', however if your file has both text and numbers you need to use the function 'importdata'
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How to calculate cube root in Excel
 
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Learn how to calculate the cube root of a number using Microsoft Excel. The cube root of a number can be found using the function 'Power', for example, the cube root of 125 would be power(125,1/3). This method can be extended to find the nth root of any number
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How to watermark one page only in Microsoft Word
 
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Learn how to add a watermark to only selected pages in your Word document. Watermarks can be added in the Page Layout tab as either default or customized images. To edit or delete a watermark, double click on top of the page to edit the header, this will enable you to delete watermarks.
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How to test if a number is even or odd in Matlab
 
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How to create a Matlab script on how to test if a number is even or odd. The script will ask the user in Matlab for a number to test, from there the script will use the mod(x,2) function to test if the number has a remainder of 0 or 1 a remainder of 0 means a number is even and a remainder of 1 means a number is odd. Finally Matlab will print the result of either even or odd for the user.
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How to make a timetable in Excel
 
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How to use Excel to make a beautiful timetable for personal use. Making a timetable in Excel is useful for keeping track of your daily responsibilities and helps in managing your time better. Timetables are also a good way present information in tidy and efficient manner. In this tutorial I will show you how to create a timetable from scratch using the cells in Excel along with the features such as borders, highlighting, pasting and many more.
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How to type Delta Symbol in Microsoft Word
 
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Learn how to type Delta in lower and upper case in Microsoft Word using three different methods. Delta is the fourth letter in the Greek alphabet and use in many mathematical operations. The upper-case of Delta is Δ and the lower-case of Delta is δ There are various methods to input Delta into Microsoft Word, for example you can use the alt+numpad code to enter it directly from your keyboard, or you can use microsoft word functions to in the insert tab where symbols is located. It is also possible to copy and paste the delta symbols here Δ and δ and paste them into Microsoft Word
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How to create an augmented matrix in Word
 
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Learn how to create an augmented matrix in Microsoft Word. Augmented matrices appear in Linear algebra as two appended matrices and are useful for solving systems of linear equations.
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How to type checkmark symbol in Excel
 
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How to insert the checkmark symbol in Microsoft Excel There is two methods for typing the checkmark symbol: 1. Navigate to the insert tab on the toolbar, select symbols and search for the font 'Wingdings', the checkmark symbol will be on the bottom right 2. Alternatively the checkmark symbol can be typed out with a keyboard shortcut by selecting the font 'Wingdings' in the home tab and holding alt + 0252 on the numpad.
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How to type Square Root in Microsoft Word 2010
 
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Learn how to type the square root symbol using the equation tool in Microsoft Word 2010
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How to align text on left and right side in Microsoft Word
 
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Learn how to align the text on the same line on the left and right hand side of your Microsoft Word document. 1. Enable Ruler, Go to 'View' tab and check 'Ruler' 2. Change the 'left tab' to 'right tab' 3. Place the 'right tab' on the ruler and adjust the tab 4. As you type you can now press 'tab' on your keyboard to start writing on either side of your Word document Having proper alignment of text in your Word document is important in formatting professional documents such as resumes.
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How to insert phi symbol in Microsoft Word
 
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How to insert phi symbol In Microsoft Word using different methods Phi the 21st letter of the Greek alphabet and used as a variable in many scientific and computing fields. The lower-case of phi is φ or ϕ and the upper-case is Φ. Phi can be inserted in Word by using your keyboard accompanied by an alt code, for example the lower case of phi is alt + numpad 981. Alternatively phi can be found in the symbols section of Word and can also be found in the Equation template by typing \phi. If you're looking to copy and paste phi, you can do so here: ϕ
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How to remove the horizontal line in Microsoft Word
 
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Learn how to remove the horizontal line in Microsoft Word with this solution. The horizontal line is created by typing 3 hyphens and pressing enter. Microsoft Word does not allow the line to be deleted by backspace or by clicking on the horizontal line.
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How to type Theta Symbol in Microsoft Word
 
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Learn how to type theta in Microsoft Word using three different methods. Alt-code for Theta (Alt + Numpad952)
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How do I create a new folder in Windows 10
 
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Video instruction on how to create folders. Step 1. Right click a clear area on your desktop Step 2. Click on 'New' Step 3. Click on 'Folder'
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How to Blur a Portion of your Video in Adobe Premier Pro
 
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Steps on how to quickly blur your video using Adobe Premier Pro
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How to curve text in Microsoft Word 2010
 
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Learn how to curve text in Microsoft Word using the WordArt feature in this quick video tutorial. WordArt enables text to be transformed into a curve
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How to replace dots with commas in Excel
 
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Learn how to replace dots with commas in Microsoft Excel. Convert selected decimal points (dots) in your spreadsheet to commas using the replace and find tool.
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How to set up a reference image in 3ds MAX
 
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How to set up a reference image in 3ds MAX To properly set a reference image autodesk 3ds Max and avoid any distortion or blurriness you need to create a plane to act as a canvas for the reference image. The plane must be orientated properly and of equal aspect ratio to the image. For example an image of dimensions 480p x 480p has an aspect ratio of 1:1, so the reference image must be placed on a plane that has equal height and width. Once the plane is set up, you will need to import your reference image to the material panel which can be accessed by using the keyboard shortcut 'm'. You will want to click on the button next to diffuse to open up bitmap which will allow you to import your reference image as a material map. From here apply the material map to the frame and click on show material in viewport to make the reference image appear.
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How to calculate the area of a circle using Excel
 
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How to use Microsoft Excel to calculate the area of a circle. The formula for the area of a circle is pi*r^2, by using different cells you can find the area of a circle for a wide range of different radaii. If you prefer to use diameter in your calculation, the area of a circle would be (1/4)*pi*d^2
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How to type Approximate symbol in Word
 
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Learn how to type the Approximate symbol in Microsoft Word using three different methods. The approximate symbol is mostly used as a mathematical operator to represent numbers that are not rational, such as pi would be approximately 3.1416 There are different methods for inserting the approximate symbol in Microsoft Word, for example you can use the keyboard input method of alt + numpad code of 8776, or enter the approximate symbol directly using the symbol drop down list. If you just want to copy and paste the approximate symbol you can do so here: ≈
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How to calculate manpower required for a project in Excel
 
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How to calculate the required manpower for a project in Microsoft Excel Using the following three variables the total manpower can be calculated: 1. How many days is the project running for? 2. How many hours is each worker working for? 3. How many employees are there Once you have a numerical value assigned for each question, simply multiply all three and you will have the total hours needed to finish a project.
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How to change negative numbers to positive in Excel
 
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How to change negative numbers to positive numbers in Microsoft Excel? Solution: Using the absolute function 'abs', create another column that is adjacent to the column you want to make positive. For example if cell A1 is negative, on cell B1 you will use '=abs(A1)', and drag this down to be the same height as column A1's negative numbers.
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How to insert lambda symbol in Microsoft Word
 
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How to type lambda symbol in Microsoft Word Lambda is the 11th letter of the Greek alphabet and is used in many stem fields. The upper-case for lambda is Λ and the lower-case is λ. In Word there are a couple ways of entering the lambda symbol, for example you can enter it directly from your keyboard by holding alt and pressing 955 on your keyboard. Another method is to go to the insert tab and locate lambda in the symbols section. If you're looking to copy and paste lambda you can find it here: λ
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How to type Sigma Symbol in Microsoft Word
 
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Learn how to type the symbol Sigma in Microsoft Word using 3 different methods. Method 1: Using alt-numpad code for Sigma Method 2: Locate insert tab and symbols Method 3: Using Equation template in insert tab
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How to put an arrow above a letter in Microsoft Word
 
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How to place an arrow directly above a letter in Word to create vector equations. Begin by typing the equation out normally, afterwards highlight the letter you wish to place an arrow above and navigate to the insert tab and select 'Equation'. Under 'Accent' choose the arrow to place above the letter.
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How to insert therefore symbol in Word
 
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How to insert the symbol for therefore in Microsoft Word. In mathematics and logical arguments the symbol 'therefore' is widely used and represented by three dots place in a upright triangular formation. To enter the symbol for therefore in Word, you can use your keyboard by holding the alt key and pressing the numpad code of 8756. Alternatively you can find the therefore symbol by going to the insert tab and selecting symbols and then more symbols, change the font to symbol and character code 92. or lastly you can simply copy and paste the symbol for therefore here: ∴
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How to reduce the header size in Microsoft Word
 
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How to reduce the size of the header in Microsoft Word The header size can be adjusted by going to 'Page Layout', 'Margins' and selecting 'Custom Margins' Alternatively the header size can be changed by double clicking on the top section of the Word document and changing the Header from Top value.
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How to type Omega symbol Microsoft Word
 
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How to type lower and upper-case Omega symbol in Microsoft Word using three different methods. Method 1: Alt-Numpad code for Omega Method 2: Word - Insert - Symbols - More Symbols Method 3: Word - Insert - Equation
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How to remove HUD UI for Dota 2
 
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How to hide Dota 2 Hud without downloads Console Commands - hud_toggle_visibility - bind "F8" hud_toggle_visibility This was created in Patch 7.02 of Dota 2, please leave a comment if this method no longer works so that I can update it Make sure you bind a hotkey that isn't used inside your dota 2 settings, this includes spectator hotkeys.
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How to reduce PDF file size Adobe Reader
 
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How to reduce PDF file size Adobe Reader Navigate to your web browser and type in 'Small PDF" in your search engine, this will relocate you to a website that is able to compress your PDF file to a smaller size. A reduced PDF file size is often needed when there is an upload limit size or you simply don't want your file size to be too large. You can compress your PDF at this website: www.smallpdf.com
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How to adjust tab spacing in Word
 
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How to adjust the tab spacing in Microsoft Word If your tab spacing is too big or too small you can adjust it by right clicking on your Word document and selecting paragraphs, then select 'tabs' on the bottom left and change default tab stops.
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How to corrupt an Excel file permanently
 
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Learn how to easily corrupt an Excel file so that it wont open Corrupting an Excel file is useful for handing in documents to teachers or employees which are incomplete but nearing their due date. This will give you more time to hand in your non corrupted document when they request a resend.
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How to rescale an image in Microsoft Paint 3D
 
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Learn how to easily rescale an image in Microsoft's Paint 3D Step 1: Select the image you want to rescale Step 2: Click Canvas Step 3: Enable "When resizing the canvas, adjust my image as well Step 4: Use your cursor to adjust the scale of the image or alternatively enter the desired percentage or pixel ratio in the right hand panel.
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How to type Mu Symbol in Word
 
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How to insert Mu Symbol in Microsoft Word Mu is the 12th letter in the Greek alphabet and is used extensively in the stem field. The lower-case of mu is μ and the upper-case is Μ. Mu can be inserted in Word by keyboard when pressing alt + numpad 981. Alternatively Mu can be found under symbols in the insert tab or by typing \mu in the equation template box. Mu can be copy and pasted here: μ
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How to create straight lines in Word using keyboard
 
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How to create straight horizontal lines in Microsoft Word using your keyboard. There are multiple methods to create a straight line in Word, one method is to simply enter the hyphen key three times and hit the enter key, this will automatically create a straight line Alternatively you can replace the hyphen key with an underscore or the equal sign for thicker and double lines respectively. Another method for creating a straight line is to use the inbuilt shapes in your Word document under the insert tab. From here you can select the line tool and draw a line while holding shift to ensure that it is straight.
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How to create bullet points in excel 2010
 
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Learn how to create bullet points in excel 2010 using two different methods Music by Adrian von Ziegler
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How to insert tau symbol in Microsoft Word
 
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Learn how to type tau in Microsoft Word using three different methods. Tau is the nineteenth letter of the Greek Alphabet and is used in many fields such as mathematics, physics, biology and engineering. The lower-case of tau is τ and the upper-case of tau is Τ. There are a couple ways to input Delta into Microsoft Word, method 1 is to use your keyboard with the alt+numpad code of 964, or you can enter tau directly from the Word application by going to the insert tab then symbols and locating tau. If you're looking to just copy and paste tau, you can do so here: τ
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How to zoom into a section of your video in Premiere Pro
 
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How to animate a zoom effect using keyframes on a part of the video in Adobe Premiere Pro? You will want to create 4 sets of keyframes for this effect to work, one for the intial zoom, one where the zoom ends, another where the zoom ends further along in the video and one where it zooms out eventually. As you zoom into the video by adjusting the scale of a different section of the video, you will lose resolution and may have to adjust the x and y positions as you could run into black sections of your video if your zoom readjusts the video so that you are outside the video's border.
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How to write not equal to symbol in Word
 
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How to write not equal to symbol in Microsoft Word? The not equal sign (≠) is used to denote items where they don't equal to each other, for example 1 ≠ 2. One way to enter the not equal to symbol in Word is to type 2260 followed by alt x. Alternatively the symbol can be found by going to the insert tab and symbols under the subset mathematical operations.
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How to type Rho Symbol in Microsoft Word
 
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How to type the symbol Rho in Microsoft Word Method 1: Hold alt + 961 on numpad = ρ Method 2: Go to 'insert' tab, click on symbols, then more symbols, locate the subset of symbols 'Greek and Coptic' there you will the symbol Rho which can be pasted into the word document by pressing 'insert' Method 3: Go to 'insert' tab, click on equation, under 'basic math' you can find the symbol Rho by expanding the dialog box of available symbols.
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How to type beta in Microsoft Word 2010 (3 Methods)
 
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Learn how to type beta in Microsoft Word 2010 using three different methods
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