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Tables can be made using the existing syntax and options that MBX offers for table making, with a few exceptions. As of summer 2015, the exceptions are that individual cells cannot have bottom border attributes and individual columns cannot have top border attributes. Also, while MBX table borders are generally minor, medium, or major, when these borders are used in a WeBWorK problem that is rendered as a hard copy problem from within WeBWorK, the only thickness option corresponds to minor.

Exercise7.1Complete this Table