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12 Jun 2004, 14:56
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What is the most reliable way to solve this.
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12 Jun 2004, 18:37
I would say 35 is a good approx.
7/[1/5] = 35
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12 Jun 2004, 20:47
8.097 = 8
0.8745 = 0.9
8*0.9 = 7.2
0.202 = 0.2
7.2/0.2 = 36

(B) should be it.

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