1876452/1876455 = 1876455/1876455 - 3/1876455 = 1- 3/1876455
1883456/1883459 = 1883459/1883459 - 3/1883459 = 1- 3/1883459
1883491/1883494 = 1883494/1883494 - 3/1883494 = 1- 3/1883494 = LARGEST
(3/1883494 - SMALLEST)
1883446/1883449 = 1883449/1883449 - 3/1883449 = 1- 3/1883449
1883453/1883456 = 1883456/1883456 - 3/1883456 = 1- 3/1883456
if you look at it this way, it all makes sense seems like a piece of cake, however when you're doing it in a test, I for one, stump and get nervous and just counting seconds on my mind when handing too many similar looking numbers like this one.
anyone has a tip for me in how to go about taking control of this stress?
also does anyone know how to go training your mind to thinking this way in the exam?
The only way I know is to practice, practice, and practice; that way, you become familiar with a lot
of concepts tested on the exam, and your confidence level boosts while, at the same
time, your time of solving questions shrinks...
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