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The data sets for the xerox problems can be downloaded by clicking here. Before you download them you will want to have a 3.5" floppy, and create a directory named "xerox" on it. Click above and download the file onto your floppy disk. The file you download is an executable zip file: all the data sets are compressed and stored inside the one file. The file data.exe is actually a program. When you have finished downloading, run the program. (From windows, click on file, run, and give the file name.) The file will expand into all the data sets.
The xerox problems themselves can be downloaded by clicking here. You will need a floppy to store the file. The document you download is an executable zip file. When you run it, you will have a Microsoft Word document, which can be opened and printed from within Word. The answers to the paper and pencil additional problems can be downloaded by clicking here. The answers, like the problems themselves, are an executable zip file, and must be run before you can access them. Unlike the problems, the answers are in Word 97 format, so you will need a version of Word that can open and read this format to view and print them.
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On May 25, 1998, my wife and I adopted a toddler from a Bulgarian orphanage. He was born on January 11, 1996, and we have named him Thomas. We are now trying to arrange the adoption of a second child, also from a Bulgarian orphanage. This little girl was born in March 1998, and we have decided to name her Annamarie. Here is the first picture of her sent to us by our lawyer. My wife travelled to Bulgaria to meet her at the end of May, when this picture was taken of the two of them together. We hope to complete the adoption and bring her home by the end of 1999.
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