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ABADONNA wrote:
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I can only think of calculating everything one by one, not sure if there is there a better way?

(a) 2/11 = 0.181818..
(b) 1/3 = 0.333333..
(c) 41/99 - leave this alone, since this involves too much calculation
(d) 2/3 = 0.6666..
(e) 23/37 - leave this alone, since this involves too much calculation

A, B & D are out

In C, 41/99 is pretty much close to 41/100 i.e 0.414141 (approx), this is ruled out too

You can solve this question under 1.5 mins.

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