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Stupid mistakes

I hate it when the question on an exam you struggled with is actually very easily solvable--and you realize this, naturally, after the test. For instance, today as I was writing a practice exam, I was looking at a hybrid question--one about mapping functions onto other ones (the typical f(x) becomes g(x) by being translated, stretched, etc) and vectors. I finish, angst about the answers to a classmate behind me, and discover that the way you solve the stupid question? Is by subtracting the numbers. Aagh! Luckily, it wasn't for marks, and I haven't gotten that far in studying.

...worse was forgetting how to do a dihybrid cross. *hits self on head* I was thrown by the fact I'd forgotten all about dihybrid cross Punnett's squares. *sigh* I guess that means I will be tied to my desk for the next few weeks.

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