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A '''textbook''' is a book designed for use in [[education]] to complement classes. A "textbook example" is a figure of speech to denote somthing that [[encapsulate]]s the essence or the correct way of accomplishing a task.
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A '''textbook''' is a book designed for use in [[education]] to complement classes. A "textbook example" is a figure of speech used to denote something that [[encapsulation|encapsulate]]s the essence or the correct way of accomplishing a task.
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{{See also|Textbook bias}}
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:26, 25 March 2017

A textbook is a book designed for use in education to complement classes. A "textbook example" is a figure of speech used to denote something that encapsulates the essence or the correct way of accomplishing a task.

See also: Textbook bias