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This is a better explanation In contrast with the way he argued with his parents, Jonas was actually quite happy about his having to go away to camp for the summer. A. his having to go away to camp for the summer. B. him having to go away to camp for the summer. C. his having to be going away to cam...
I got D But it takes me more than 2 mins :( let take: x is % of lights should be on y is % of lights should be off and of course x + y = 100 according to the question we have 40% lights should be off are on => 0.4y is the current % lights are on that should be off 10% lights should be on are off => ...
Is it better ?
Let assume A is 100
=> B = 50, C = 150
The ratio will be
A : B : C = 100 : 50 : 150 = 2 : 1 : 3
Or C equal to 3 / (2 + 1 + 3) = 1/2 total
=> C get 1/2 money = 1/2 800 = 400
Quite a tricky question. This question should be listed in sentence correctionBUT when it says 75% compalined of fatigue it does not necessarily mean the rest 25 % did not complain of fatigue. They might have had 'no comments'
Why it's 14, not 34 ?
If it's 14, then the question should bewhat percent of interns do not complain for the feelings of fatigue during the shifts?
what percent of interns who receive more than 6 hours to sleep do not complain for the feelings of fatigue during the shifts?
Is there a way not to guess the answer ?
I got the same idea with scooby and stuck there. Do you think that there is a way to solve the problem with out listing all possible combination ?
Let pick number for this question
100 present for the original price, so 60 must be the current price, and 25% of 60 = 15 ( you can use 1/4 if you remember )
Then total discount is 15 + 40 = 55 or 55% of the original price
Can you explain why x,y,z is odd from statement 2 ?
We can also have x is odd, y z is even also ?
Sorry for late replying. OA is B. This was my mistake when I post the question.
What I want to ask in this question is that whether there is a way to finish the question easier ? Like plugging the number back to the question ? Will it be faster ?
For any integer x, (x) is defined by the equitation (x) = x + 1. Which of the following is equal to (x)*2 - (x^2) for all integers x
[spoiler]OA is D , but why D. I think it should be (x)^2[/spoiler]
On a 20 mile course, Pat bicycled at an avg rate of 39 miles / h for the first 12 min and , without a break, ran the rest of the distance at an avg rat of 8 miles / h. How many minutes did Pat take to cover the entire course ? A. 75 B. 105 C. 117 D. 150 E. 162 OA is C Is there an easy way to solve t...
if x,y and z are integers, is x(y^2 + z^3) even ?
(1) x is odd
(2) xyz is odd
OA is B , but I got C