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There will be problems that will require you really know how to manipulate algebra. Don't make the mistake I did and rely on picking numbers like I did for the SAT.
When 2/9 of the certain votes have been counted, 3/4 of those counted are in favor of the resolution. What fraction of the remaining votes must be against the resolution so that the total count will result in a vote of 2 to 1 against the resolution?
This is extremely challenging not to pick in numbers.
Ride em cowboy