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How do I get Extension methods to show on my IList object?

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I have this declaration:
public IList<IMyType> MyTypeList { get; set; }

But .Select is not available.

I see other code in the project I am working on that accesses this extension method.  I have looked through the "includes" but don't see a difference between the files that access .Select and my class file.

What do I need to include to make .Select available to my IList?
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger) earned 500 total points
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The namespace for the Select method has to be defined with a using statement at the top of the files where you want to use the extension.
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Needed to add System.Linq
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