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1:22 AM, Monday April 24th 2023

https://imgur.com/90FBmQe

Here is mine arrows redo

4:27 PM, Thursday April 27th 2023

Good going :) you definitely saw what I meant and corrected it. The arrowheads are a little bit weird, but luckily they're not part of the exercise!

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Hope you like nature. Onto lesson 3!

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10:20 PM, Sunday April 30th 2023

Thank you!!

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