#### laura-jayne14

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Me in the exam today ↑ [emoji37]

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Me in the exam today ↑ [emoji37]

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oh strange.hahahha what?

i think you're talking about the wrong question

i agreed to

C = 120000/n

dont worry. im right. the few points that u lost isnt a big deal.i got 3/8 too, how do you know your right?

nope 2/9 is right no doubts.I got 3/8... which is right...?

Bad troll is bad.oh strange.

dont worry. im right. the few points that u lost isnt a big deal.

nope 2/9 is right no doubts.

HAHA felt the exact same thing... especially when looking at that triangle question and they want degrees and angles and lengths and proving 114 and all I know is a2+b2=c2

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shit! what was the answer for that one? afraid i might got that wrong...Time zones are based around longitude not latitude

Did you do 140 mins?shit! what was the answer for that one? afraid i might got that wrong...

Also, for the financial probability expectation crap the answer was $2..? But the answers which were published say it is $0 no loss or win....???????

Yes, I got $0 for that, most people forget to take away the payment fee to actually play the game.

Also, for the financial probability expectation crap the answer was $2..? But the answers which were published say it is $0 no loss or win....???????

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I don't think you will get any marks because not only is it not right but you've used latitude not longitude. Latitude has absolutely nothing to do with the time difference

Also, for the financial probability expectation crap the answer was $2..? But the answers which were published say it is $0 no loss or win....???????

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answers published where???

Also, for the financial probability expectation crap the answer was $2..? But the answers which were published say it is $0 no loss or win....???????

There are a fair few in the multiple choice thread.answers published where???

i forgot, what was their difference in longitude? anyone remember?

Also, for the financial probability expectation crap the answer was $2..? But the answers which were published say it is $0 no loss or win....???????

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Answers that were published? Mind showing me lad

Also, for the financial probability expectation crap the answer was $2..? But the answers which were published say it is $0 no loss or win....???????

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But the bus ticket was $36 (Not sure of the exact number) for 10 one way trips. In the end, it was like 20cents or 30cents cheaper per trip for a bike.Yeh it's stupid. I only know because I had to get insurance when I got my P's. Otherwise I'd have no clue.... Did anyone else catch the trick btw with the bicycle/bus is cheap?

It's 2L, 34km ONE WAY, she then has to go back home another 2L,30km so the bicycle was like $30.40 cheaper

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nop i got 2 hour 40 mins around there. You use the longitude (second number) in which the difference wasn't that big.was the time difference question like 11 hours or something?

just divide the difference by 15 and change it to minutes/seconds and you got 2 hour something

"Sydney, Australia is 3 hours ahead of Singapore" - googled it so i got around that.

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yup i got $0.30.But the bus ticket was $36 (Not sure of the exact number) for 10 one way trips. In the end, it was like 20cents or 30cents cheaper per trip for a bike.

The bus was the amount 10 single trips (so 5 paired trips) so you just multiply 34 (motocycle trip) by 10 and you get 340 km, divide 340km by amount 17km and multiply it by 1.67 and you get it is 30c cheaper than 36.40$ by bus.