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    Re: Mercator vs. Great Circle Charts
    From: Carolyn Seefer
    Date: 2001 Aug 28, 9:55 PM

    In a message dated 8/28/2001 8:28:21 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
    tripp{at}U-AIZU.AC.JP writes:
    
    
    > These look like questions on a take-home test or a homework assignment.
    >
    > Carolyn, can you give us the name of the course and instructor so we can be
    > sure we are not helping you to cheat?
    >
    > Navigators are very concerned with the truth!!!
    >
    
    Steve,
    
    You're right! These are definitely questions from a homework assignment I'm
    taking in an online class at Diablo Valley College. We're able to go to the
    lab for assistance with this one, but I've decided to use online sources
    instead. I'm a teacher myself at the same college, taking this course for
    personal enrichment, and I would never cheat on an assignment. But I do
    believe strongly in being innovative when it comes to finding answers, and I
    encourage my students to do the same. If you don't feel comfortable answering
    these, I completely understand. In fact, I have a pretty good idea already
    what the answers are based on my own experimentation and reading.
    
    Carolyn M. Seefer, MBA
    Instructor, Business Division
    Diablo Valley College
    321 Golf Club Road
    Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
    (925) 685-1230 x306
    (925) 687-6384 (fax)
    cseefer{at}dvc.edu
    http://www.dvc.edu/aim/carolyn.htm
    "Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever."
    --Gandhi
    

       
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