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View first unread post A certain cake recipe states that the cake should be baked  

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View first unread post A cask is filled with a mixture of 2 liquids A and B in the  

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View first unread post There are 4 copies each of 4 different books. In how many  

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View first unread post if 8 men can reap 80 hectares in 24 days. How many hectares  

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View first unread post 10—11—22—Z—74—115 Find Z in  

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View first unread post I need someone to come up with the formula to this problem.  

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View first unread post Which of the following is the value of sq root of the  

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View first unread post The present ratio of students to teachers at a certain  

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View first unread post 1/ 2^10 + 1/ 2^11 + 1/ 2^12 + 1/ 2^13=  

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24 Jul 2003, 00:09

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View first unread post A fairly easy one.. 1. In how many ways can the word  

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24 Jul 2003, 15:27

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View first unread post A certain shade of gray paint is obtained by mixing 3 parts  

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View first unread post Jill's pocket contains 3 quarters, 4 dimes, 2 nickels, and 6  

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View first unread post this one is tricky and freaky. But easy. Find all its  

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25 Jul 2003, 00:00

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View first unread post Ps: Quick Calc Needed!  

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25 Jul 2003, 07:39

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View first unread post In a certain performance of a 3-act play, the first act was  

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26 Jul 2003, 05:11

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View first unread post If b and c are positive numbers and 1/b=b/c= c/8. What is  

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View first unread post In an office, 40 percent of the workers have at least 5  

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View first unread post A certain theater has 100 balcony seats. For every $2  

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26 Jul 2003, 14:37

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View first unread post Mary and John were each paid x dollars in advance to do a  

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28 Jul 2003, 08:45

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View first unread post P(1 defect) = 2 * (999/1000) * (1/1000) = There is  

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29 Jul 2003, 09:16

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View first unread post After running 3,000 meters on a circular path, a runner is  

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29 Jul 2003, 11:58

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View first unread post Of the votes cast on a certain proposal, 80 more were in  

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29 Jul 2003, 12:59

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View first unread post A certain used-book dealer sells paperback books at 3 times  

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29 Jul 2003, 13:04

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View first unread post You may have seen this on a Kaplan CD. X= 2/ 3^7  

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29 Jul 2003, 13:06

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View first unread post A circular rim 28 inches in diameter rotates the same number  

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1516

30 Jul 2003, 05:50

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View first unread post The figure above shows the dimensions of a rectangular board  

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30 Jul 2003, 08:34

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View first unread post If a circle with center at the origin passes through the  

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30 Jul 2003, 11:36

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View first unread post In the diagram above, points A, B, C, D, and E represent the  

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30 Jul 2003, 12:10

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View first unread post If a circle with a circumference of 20 has two overlapping  

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31 Jul 2003, 15:39

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31 Jul 2003, 19:11

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View first unread post I think this requires some ingenuity.  

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View first unread post 6RS +RR4 ------ P, QPQ They all represent  

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01 Aug 2003, 11:03

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View first unread post S T S, T, S, Diamond are all variables * T S -  

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01 Aug 2003, 11:27

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View first unread post At the end of each week, the price of a garment was reduced  

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01 Aug 2003, 11:52

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View first unread post Carl wants to arrange 3 of her 4 plants in a row on a shelf.  

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View first unread post Which of the following is closest in value to 3.14159?  

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02 Aug 2003, 06:53

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View first unread post In the figure below, a wheel with center O rolls, without  

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02 Aug 2003, 12:25

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View first unread post The figure above shows the shape and dimensions of the  

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View first unread post A reader searches a sertain book in three libraries  

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View first unread post Subject: Geom. Again From: Victor Date: Tuesday July 29,  

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03 Aug 2003, 20:13

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View first unread post How many feet of solid copper wire with circular cross  

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03 Aug 2003, 21:31

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View first unread post What is the number of different pairs of parallel edges of a  

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04 Aug 2003, 06:41

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View first unread post Don intended to place a mark 2 1/4 inches from one end of a  

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04 Aug 2003, 07:53

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View first unread post Virginia, Adrienne, and Dennis have taught history for a  

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04 Aug 2003, 10:11

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View first unread post This one has been done before : A coin is flipped 5  

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04 Aug 2003, 23:29

prashant

View first unread post To everyone out there: this is good practice I got  

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05 Aug 2003, 02:09

stolyar

View first unread post What concept am I not getting? A cylindrical can has  

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05 Aug 2003, 15:24

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View first unread post Cars X and Y were traveling together on a straight road at a  

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05 Aug 2003, 20:07

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