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# If 1/x = 3.5. then 1/(x+2) = 7/9 16/7 7/16

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If 1/x = 3.5. then 1/(x+2) = 7/9 16/7 7/16  [#permalink]

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If 1/x = 3.5. then 1/(x+2) =

7/9
16/7
7/16
9/7
7/4
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11 Jan 2004, 06:39
do these kind of problems appear on the test. Too simple I guess

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11 Jan 2004, 09:40
anandnk wrote:
do these kind of problems appear on the test. Too simple I guess

again, this will depend on how your are performing in the test. If this ques can come on this forum, this can very well come in the real test.

remember, anyone can do the calculation mistake.. u never know.

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