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Hello folks,

I went through two sessions from Ron Purewal which dealt with Use of AND. I found the sessions pretty useful, so I thought of compiling notes of the same. I think these notes can be really useful for some fellow club members who are willing to go through all the sessions but are short of time.


Other notes from sessions of Ron Purewal can be found at:
Combinatories- Slot method : combinatories-slot-method-notes-as-explained-by-ron-145285.html
Parallelism : parallelism-as-explained-by-ron-purewal-145341.html#p1167231



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Re: Use of AND as explained by Ron Purewal [#permalink]

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nitin6305 wrote:
Hello folks,

I went through two sessions from Ron Purewal which dealt with Use of AND. I found the sessions pretty useful, so I thought of compiling notes of the same. I think these notes can be really useful for some fellow club members who are willing to go through all the sessions but are short of time.


Other notes from sessions of Ron Purewal can be found at:
Combinatories- Slot method : combinatories-slot-method-notes-as-explained-by-ron-145285.html
Parallelism : parallelism-as-explained-by-ron-purewal-145341.html#p1167231



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Hi Nitin6305,

Thanks. These are awesome.
I believe writing it down makes you internalize better.

Can you please share the link for Ron's videos for these topics as well.

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Re: Use of AND as explained by Ron Purewal [#permalink]

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nitin6305 wrote:
Hello folks,

I went through two sessions from Ron Purewal which dealt with Use of AND. I found the sessions pretty useful, so I thought of compiling notes of the same. I think these notes can be really useful for some fellow club members who are willing to go through all the sessions but are short of time.


Other notes from sessions of Ron Purewal can be found at:
Combinatories- Slot method : combinatories-slot-method-notes-as-explained-by-ron-145285.html
Parallelism : parallelism-as-explained-by-ron-purewal-145341.html#p1167231



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Hi Nitin6305,

Thanks. These are awesome.
I believe writing it down makes you internalize better.

Can you please share the link for Ron's videos for these topics as well.

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