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In addition, I elaborate on bursting-like dynamics with two competing timescales on the basis of the autocorrelation function. [1] A. This happened because non-Euclidean planes can be modeled as extrinsically curved surfaces within Euclidean space. A high school student can learn GR from Schutz, it's first principles. The format of the text very closely matches the way I present concepts to my students: each section begins with an introduction to new concepts and vocabulary, followed by simple diagrams and illustrations, and then a theorem and its proof.

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