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Re: Your Schedule

Postby kapojinha » Sun Aug 23, 2009 9:37 am UTC

You're taking Italian? :o
I am so jealous.

You guys all have such interesting schedules compared to mine.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby HarleyQuinn » Sun Aug 23, 2009 4:18 pm UTC

Fall:
1- Band
2- PE
3/4- Spanish 2
5- Music Fundamentals
6- Lunch
7/8- Music Fundamentals
9/10- Sci. Honors

Spring:
1- Band I
2- Freshmen Seminar
3/4- English 9 Honors
5/6- Geometry Honors
7- Lunch
8- Geometry Honors
9/10- World Stud. I Honors


My biggest problem is who I have the classes with. Music Fundamentals is what I consider my only real elective, only because band was a personal requirement. No exceptions. The other thing is freshmen seminar. I'm classified as a "gifted student", so the government gives my school an extra something dollars every year per kid. They had to have something to show for this money (like when they used to give me an extra worksheet once a week) and forced me to take this class about godknowswhat. I had no say. I wanted to take creative writing...
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Two-Fry » Sun Aug 23, 2009 4:33 pm UTC

animeHrmIne wrote:
Two-Fry wrote:Went to orientation/open house thing a few days ago. My algebra 2, english, spanish and band teachers are all either boring or extremely strict. So it looks like I'll have one good block each day, and suffer through the rest. :(


Ouch. That really sucks. Hopefully you either have an entertaining group of classmates or like the subject material. Both of those can save a bad class sometimes. And it's possibly that they actually won't be all that bad once you start school, you never know.

Chin up. Pre-IB is always fun just because it's the people who want to succeed, and won't weigh the class down with their unwillingness to learn (hopefully). I'm guessing you're a freshman? If they are in pre-IB and still weigh down the class, you could always join a club, and then pray that the worst of the lot will drop back to regular classes or straighten up.

I know that I'll have interesting classmates in band and spanish, but don't know about the others


Kapojinha, I'm guessing that it was a block system where they have 4 hour and a half to one hour classes and cover the entire curriculum the first semester, then take different classes the next semester.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby mastered » Sun Aug 23, 2009 4:42 pm UTC

mastered wrote:I didn't get my official schedule yet, so I don't know the order, but these are my classes:
English 3IB
French 3
Calculus AB
Physics IB
History of the Americas [IB] 1
Theory of Knowledge
Choir


Now I know that Calculus is going to be first thing in the morning - at 7 am. I better be awake.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby kapojinha » Sun Aug 23, 2009 5:10 pm UTC

Two-Fry wrote:Kapojinha, I'm guessing that it was a block system where they have 4 hour and a half to one hour classes and cover the entire curriculum the first semester, then take different classes the next semester.


That's so.. bizarre. :shock:
Then again, pretty cool, 'cause then they could do 8 classes, instead of just 7.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby rheakith » Sun Aug 23, 2009 5:36 pm UTC

Yeah, that's how my high school was. Three 1.5 hour classes (being 1st, 2nd, and 4th blocks) and one 2 hour class (3rd block). How 3rd block worked was it was split into 4 sections A-D. The school was split into 4 roughly equal sections each semester and one of those sections would be your lunch period, with the other 3 being your 3rd block class.

Generally, you switched classes at the semester mark, but some classes were only 9 weeks (half-semester) such as certain art classes, and other classes (AP Chem, AP Calc, Band) were year long. There were even some classes in the technical programs (Computer Networking, Cosmetology, Welding, etc.) that took up 2 Blocks for an entire year. So the class was 3-3.5 hours long for the full school year.

It was pretty intense, but I think it worked out well.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby osten » Tue Aug 25, 2009 7:08 pm UTC

Physics B 100p
Chemistry B 75p
Math D-E 100p
Biology B 50p
Biochemistry+Genetics 100p
Microbiology project 100p (50p laborations+50 essay and presentation)
Swedish 50p (worst subject ever, really bad teacher)
History A 100p (fun teacher, same as religion)
Religion A 50p

Biology-related subjects are my favorite. To bad i can't take more classes in that. Guess it's the Swedish system though. Good thing I have mostly sciencesubjects, would be a shame to have more language and religion for my last year.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Kalathalan » Wed Aug 26, 2009 6:26 am UTC

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby blue halax » Fri Aug 28, 2009 12:29 am UTC

Grad school, semester I:
1. Pseudorandomness
2. Bayesian Econometrics
3. Algorithmic Game Theory (research course)
4. Verification/Formal Methods in Software
5. Software Evolution

I've been told that taking more than three classes is insane, so I'll probably drop two of these in a week or two. I'm already not taking four other classes that look really interesting though :-(.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby rdnmrsox » Fri Aug 28, 2009 1:24 am UTC

Going into my Senior year of High School

1. AP Calculus
2. AP English 4
3. AP American Government
4. AP Spanish 5 (Language, I believe)
5. Lunch
6. AP World History
7. Phys Ed. (One day a week is lab)
8. AP Physics C

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby i_ll_winn » Fri Aug 28, 2009 3:41 am UTC

First Trimester:
Anatomy and physiology
Pre-calculus
Spanish 2
Government
English 11

Second Trimester:
Chemistry
Food and nutrition
Economics
ACT preparatory course
Spanish 2

Third trimester:
Pre-calculus
Emergency health and safety
English 11
Chemistry
Anatomy and physiology
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby the.coding.eye » Fri Aug 28, 2009 4:18 am UTC

U.S. High School Senior

First Semester
1. Engineering Design
2. English IV (They dropped the AP version. Not enough people wanted to take it)
3. Independent Study (I'm going to teach myself more C#)
--- Lunch ---
4. Pre-Calculus
5. Psychology
6. Networking (I believe the first half of the CCNA)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Praetor » Sat Aug 29, 2009 8:06 am UTC

I'm going into my senior year in High School (in the US), I'm doing "running start" which means I'm taking most of my classes at a local community college (Cascadia, which is like the #2 community college in the US, so yay!) and getting high school and college credits at the same time (and the tuition is free!).

My classes at high school (pretty much just the last of my high school grad. requirements):
Semester 1:
1: Team Sports

Semester 2:
1: Stained Glass
2: Health

At Cascadia:
This quarter:
1: Basics of Web Authoring
2: Networking Concepts
Online: Intro to Political Science

The other 2 quarters I'll be taking (not sure in what order...)
-English 101
-Some kind of Physics class
-Calculus 3
-Maybe a basic programming course (if I need to fill space with a nice easy class... I think the class is in the very basics of Java, and I've been using/learning C++ for 3 years on my own time.. hehe...)

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Geekthras » Sat Aug 29, 2009 5:48 pm UTC

Wew ok finally got my schedule
8-9 MTuWF American Lit
9-10 MTuWF First Semester Chinese
10-11 MTuWF American History
11-12 MWF Biology (Lecture)
12-1 TuTh Honors Differential Equations (Lecture)
9-12 Th Biology Lab
3:30-4:30 Tu Honors Differential Equations

Ah, Thursdays and their one o clock lunches instead of 11 o clock.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby ntietz » Sun Aug 30, 2009 9:37 pm UTC

Freshman enrolled at KSU.

Fall semester:
Honors English Colloquium (semester 1)
Honors Intro. to CS
Calculus III
Linear Algebra
Comparative Religious Thought

Spring semester:
Honors English Colloquium (semester 2)
CS 1
Discrete Structures for CS
Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations
Theory of Matrices

The spring semester isn't set in stone yet, though, since we haven't registered for spring classes and I don't know if there will be conflicts. Should be a fun time.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby ParanoidAndroid » Sun Aug 30, 2009 10:47 pm UTC

This semester:
Elementary Ancient Greek
Intro to Statistical Analysis
Descartes, Spinoza, and Leibniz
Classical Islam

Hooray for having a completely unmarketable skill set!

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby MicroEStudent » Sun Aug 30, 2009 11:53 pm UTC

Fall Quarter:

MicroE Seminar 9-10 M
Economics Seminar 10-11 F
Metrology and Yield Analysis 11-12 MWRF
Economic Forecasting 12-2 TR
Solid State Physics 4-6 TR

Winter Quarter:

MicroE Seminar 2-3 F
Photovoltaic Science and Engineering 11-1 MW
Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 8-10 MW
Financial Accounting (online course)

Spring Quarter:

MicroE Seminar 11-12 M
Microelectronic Manufacturing II 10-11 TWR, Lab 8-11 F
Game Theory 4-6 MW
Corporate Finance (online course)

I also know what I will have for the 2010-2011 school year, but times/days are subject to change.

Lots of research will also occur and likely being a TA on MW for the Fall.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby ParanoidAndroid » Mon Aug 31, 2009 2:16 am UTC

I didn't get off the waitlist for my Intermediate Microeconomics class. :(

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby kandalf » Wed Sep 02, 2009 3:09 am UTC

High School, Grade 11:
1. AP Computer Science
2. Spanish Va (It's the class before AP Spanish)
3. Jazz Band
4. Multivariate Calculus + Linear Algebra
5. AP World
6. AP Physics
(lunch)
7. Gym
8. AP English III

Having gym after lunch is nice because gym always starts late.

We have the same classes every day pretty much. We do have a 7 day cycle though, and two days per cycle we miss gym for a lab period, which is why gym is always adjacent to science.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby The EGE » Wed Sep 02, 2009 3:24 am UTC

kandalf wrote:High School, Grade 11:
1. AP Computer Science
2. Spanish Va (It's the class before AP Spanish)
3. Jazz Band
4. Multivariate Calculus + Linear Algebra
5. AP World
6. AP Physics
(lunch)
7. Gym
8. AP English III


You're a high school junior? :shock: That's an incredibly difficult and awesome schedule. I wish I could take stuff like CompSci and multivariable calc at my school. Also, it's interesting that you have jazz band as a graded class. At my school, it's a voluntary afterschool thing, which means we don't get as good, but that's okay with me, as it's just plain fun. Especially with the drummer we had last year; the band teacher is of the opinion that he's good enough to be a professional drummer.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Velict » Wed Sep 02, 2009 3:41 am UTC

The EGE wrote:
kandalf wrote:High School, Grade 11:
1. AP Computer Science
2. Spanish Va (It's the class before AP Spanish)
3. Jazz Band
4. Multivariate Calculus + Linear Algebra
5. AP World
6. AP Physics
(lunch)
7. Gym
8. AP English III


You're a high school junior? :shock: That's an incredibly difficult and awesome schedule. I wish I could take stuff like CompSci and multivariable calc at my school. Also, it's interesting that you have jazz band as a graded class. At my school, it's a voluntary afterschool thing, which means we don't get as good, but that's okay with me, as it's just plain fun. Especially with the drummer we had last year; the band teacher is of the opinion that he's good enough to be a professional drummer.


Some high schools are offering stuff like that now, yeah. My high school has about a half-dozen juniors in Linear Algebra and Intro to Differential Equations, out of maybe 40 students who take those classes. And something close to 80 or 90 people take Calc 3. I think it's pretty cool; I just wish I hadn't wasted away my middle school days and freshman year and placed myself off that math track.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby NecklaceOfShadow » Wed Sep 02, 2009 3:50 am UTC

Junior in High School:
1A: AP Computer Science
2A: English
3A: Free period / Macroeconomics
4A: Chemistry

1B: Orchestra
2B: 'Higher Level' Math
3B: French IV
4B: History of the Americas
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby mdyrud » Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:32 am UTC

Velict wrote:
The EGE wrote:
kandalf wrote:High School, Grade 11:
1. AP Computer Science
2. Spanish Va (It's the class before AP Spanish)
3. Jazz Band
4. Multivariate Calculus + Linear Algebra
5. AP World
6. AP Physics
(lunch)
7. Gym
8. AP English III


You're a high school junior? :shock: That's an incredibly difficult and awesome schedule. I wish I could take stuff like CompSci and multivariable calc at my school. Also, it's interesting that you have jazz band as a graded class. At my school, it's a voluntary afterschool thing, which means we don't get as good, but that's okay with me, as it's just plain fun. Especially with the drummer we had last year; the band teacher is of the opinion that he's good enough to be a professional drummer.


Some high schools are offering stuff like that now, yeah. My high school has about a half-dozen juniors in Linear Algebra and Intro to Differential Equations, out of maybe 40 students who take those classes. And something close to 80 or 90 people take Calc 3. I think it's pretty cool; I just wish I hadn't wasted away my middle school days and freshman year and placed myself off that math track.
I wish that I could do stuff like that. My school is way too small to go that far (my Calc 2 class will have maybe four people), and a lot of the classes they do offer are kind of a joke. Thank god for college in the high school! I get a few more challenging classes, college credit, and free-blocks for my online classes, during which I can study other things not for credit (C++ and AP Physics this year).

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Tofer » Sat Sep 12, 2009 2:17 am UTC

3rd (?) year Civil Engineering

Fall Semester:

Reinforced Concrete Design
Environmental Engineering Analysis
Engineering Economics
Transportation Engineering I
Groundwater Hydrology

Winter Semester:

Environmental Engineering Design
Watershed Processes or Structural Dynamics (haven't decided for sure)
Technology, Society and the Future
Finite Element Analysis
Transportation Systems
Groundwater Contamination

The Civil Engineering curriculum is all over the place.

Next year: four more classes until I earn my B.Sc. and then on to the B.Comm (Hons) in Finance. Yay. Can't wait; I'm tired of this engineering crap.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Jengajam2 » Sun Sep 13, 2009 3:30 am UTC

Freshman in High School, with period 10 being right after period 7

Semester 1 (Semester 2 has P.E. instead of Health)
1. AP Physical Science
2. AP English I
3. Western Civilization
4. Health
5. Spanish
6. Geometry (no AP math classes)
7. Choir
10. Show Choir (2:40-4:00) or Soccer (3:00-5:00) or Scholar Bowl (Trivia Bowl) (2:40-?)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby IronyandParadox » Sun Sep 13, 2009 6:45 am UTC

First year at college:

Introduction to Medieval Latin--Boring as hell and an extremely easy text. *sigh* Seriously, *this* is 3000-level Latin?
Intro to Physics-Mechanics--Bear in mind that this is a class for potential math and science majors: Apparently, week one is sig figs. Weeks two and three are derivatives. I shudder to think of what will happen when we get to (heaven forbid!) integrals. The rest of the time is apparently dropping objects off cliffs. Fun.
Calc 3--Well, it's math. Not my favorite, but not bad, either. It's both nutritional and delicious, just like broccoli!
Birth of Europe--Medieval history, yay! Except for the fact that there are 160 seats for 180 students and I have to run from the class before it to get there on time. Oh well!
Origins of Contemporary Thought--Damn awesome class. It requires a lot of reading but is completely worth it.

Yep! That's it. I'm happy. *nods*
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Alpha Omicron » Mon Sep 14, 2009 2:55 pm UTC

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Znath » Tue Sep 15, 2009 4:32 am UTC

This semester

Principles of Explosives - fun so far

Materials Processing with high pressure water jets - (all you ever wanted to know about waterjetting and then some)

Structural Geology - How rocks work.. *shrug*

Should be fun.
No idea next semester, gettin a tiny bit sick of taking classes by now.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Terpsichore » Wed Sep 16, 2009 6:10 pm UTC

My schedule (England, UK):
- A2 Maths
- AS Physics
- AS Chemistry
- AS Biology
- AS Latin (self-taught)
Maintaining all these to A2 next year too hopefully, except adding in A2 Further Maths in place of Maths.

Extra-curriculars involve the following goodies:
- Choir
- Debating
- St John's Ambulance (basically advanced first aid + duties)
- Young Enterprise
- Voluntary work with a homeless charity

Then I have weekends...

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby KestralTweet » Fri Sep 18, 2009 2:33 am UTC

In 9th grade, and my schedule goes as such:

  1. Geometry Honors
  2. PE
  3. History (of the Port)
  4. English Honors
  5. Biology
  6. Art
They won't let me switch out Art for Computer Sciences. :/

The scheduling is Block, so I have 2 hour classes, 3 classes a day. Which can be difficult to grasp, but I like it better than 50 minute classes, 6 classes a day.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby CazWolf » Sat Sep 19, 2009 12:19 am UTC

I'm in my last year of college - Biology with a concentration in Medical Technology.

Microbiology
Immunology
Intro to African Studies
Statistics (which is horribly boring, because I've taken 4 semesters of calc and and in this class we've recently learned how to graph a line)

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby wst » Sat Sep 19, 2009 9:15 pm UTC

First Year of College (UK)
Course: Adv. Aerospace Engineering BTEC National Diploma
Modules: (Just first year ones mentioned here)
Gas Turbine Engines (What a way to start Mondays!)
Aircraft Maintenance Practices
Maths for Technicians
Metallic Aircraft Structure and Repair
Comms. for Technicians (Key-skills-ey. Boring)
Aircraft Instruments and Inficating Systems
Aircraft Workshop Principles and Practises
Theory of Flight (overlaps with Instruments... has the same lecturer. Sweet!)
Electrical and Electronic Principles
Aero NVQ (Practical lessons to gain a vocational qualification as well)
Key Skills (Essentially, pointless. College policy to administer these. Boring, and we're doing Aero Eng. , not bricklaying, ffs!)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Cassi » Sat Sep 19, 2009 9:18 pm UTC

The college probably makes everyone do key skills, because it gets them money. I did temp work at the local college here, dealing with the enrolment, and they made everyone do some kind of key skill, and it was just for the money...
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Lithium33 » Sun Sep 20, 2009 2:47 pm UTC

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I forgot what class I have Mod 3 Day 1. >_<
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby kapojinha » Tue Sep 22, 2009 3:04 pm UTC

What the hell? Why don't I get late arrivals?
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby ShayanThePersian » Tue Sep 22, 2009 11:45 pm UTC

1. AP English Language and Composition
2. US/VA History
3. Precalculus /w Trig Honors
(We don't have a 4th period)
5/6. AP Chemistry (Double Blocked)
7. Honors Physics
8. AP Psychology

Edit: In my Junior year of high school.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby sleeply » Wed Sep 23, 2009 7:10 pm UTC

kapojinha wrote:What the hell? Why don't I get late arrivals?

Late arrivals are usually for upperclassmen, usually seniors. Looking at Lithium33's schedule, that's the probable explanation (well at least there's something to look forward to at the end of high school :P ).
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby modnar379 » Sat Sep 26, 2009 2:02 am UTC

I feel so young compared to all of you, I'm only in 7th grade.

1: Choir
2: Social Studies
3: Spanish
4: PE
Lunch
5: Life Science
6: Geometry
7: LA

I like choir, we mostly just sing, talk, and relax. The pace of my social studies class is aimed at people who learn more slowly, so I tend to think that class is extremely boring. Spanish is usually boring, just because we go over everythign so many times. PE is okay (I mean, it's PE). Life Science is interesting, and fun because I'm friends with the majority of the class. My Geometry teacher is pretty funny, and so is the class, so it's fun. I also actually learn things :shock: In LA the teacher lets us test out of some topics if we want to. That is helpful for me. It's a very calm and relaxed environment, yet amusing, it's good for the end of the day.

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby dumspirospera » Mon Sep 28, 2009 2:28 pm UTC

Business tech
English 10 A
Algebra 2
Theatre


Semester 2

Biology Honors
History
Geometry
Voice workshop

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Re: Your Schedule

Postby frogman » Mon Sep 28, 2009 2:50 pm UTC

We switched to a 7 period-a-day schedule last year (from an A/B schedule, in which 4 classes were on one day and 4 on the other). All the teachers hate it, because it doesn't give enough class time to do a lot of stuff (science labs, tests, etc.)

1. Computer Applications (Keyboarding)
2. General Chemistry
3. Pre-Calc
4. Health 10 (P.E. 10 next semester)
5. Honors English 10
6. Honors Bio 10
7. Spanish 3
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