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0037            \begin{large}Pro-Reitoria de Gradua\c{c}\~ao\end{large}\\
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0063 \hline
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0072
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0074 \vspace{0.25cm}
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0076 \begin{large}
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0080 \vspace{0.25cm}
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Author: Prof. Dr. Ole Peter Smith, IME/UFG http://www.ime.ufg.br - http://olepeter.mat.ufg.br
Support: tmp/simon@ufg.br.png
Collaborators (in alfabetical order):
Claudisom Martins de Olveira Universidade Federal de Goiás https://monitoria.prograd.ufg.br
Kélem Gomes Lourenço Instituto de Matemática e Estatística/UFG https://www.mat.ufg.br
Marta Cristina Colozza Bianchi Instituto de Matemática e Estatística/UFG https://www.mat.ufg.br
Sabrina Queiroz Faculdade de Administração, Ciências Contábeis e Economia/UFG https://www.face.ufg.br

Life sure is a Mystery to be Lived<BR>
Not a Problem to be Solved<BR>

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