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Passing Notes Suppose you are sitting in your British Literature 223 class (suppose real hard...) and you are handed a note which reads ‘THIS CLPSS IS BORING’. You immediately notice the error in the note, and in addition to wondering how the author of the note ever got into college, you wonder what the actual intended message was. Very quickly you replace ‘CLPSS’ with ‘CLASS’ and the meaning becomes clear. You’ve just applied some coding theory in your English class by detecting and correcting an error, but how did you do it? In order to detect and correct the error so quickly, you made three assumptions: 1. That a correct word will be an English word. 2. That the correct word contains five letters. 3. That it is more likely that only one letter was incorrect as opposed to two or more.