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# PS- Need short cut

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16 Mar 2009, 06:53
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If it is 6:27 in the evening on a certain day, what time in the morning was it exactly 2,880,717 minutes earlier? (Assume standard time in one location.)
(A) 6:22
(B) 6:24
(C) 6:27
(D) 6:30
(E) 6:32

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16 Mar 2009, 10:31
selvae wrote:
If it is 6:27 in the evening on a certain day, what time in the morning was it exactly 2,880,717 minutes earlier? (Assume standard time in one location.)
(A) 6:22
(B) 6:24
(C) 6:27
(D) 6:30
(E) 6:32

If you go back 7 minutes from 6:27, the time will end in 0. Same if you go back 17 minutes, or 27 minutes, or 2,880,717 minutes. The answer must be D.
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16 Mar 2009, 23:22
Wow. Thanks.
more related to common sense!

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