£0.25 @ Sainsbury's

Sainburys are doing quite a few stationary items half price (note pads/colouring sets ect...) including a basic calculator. Read More

Sainburys are doing quite a few stationary items half price (note pads/colouring sets ect...) including a basic calculator.

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(24) Jump to unreadPost a commentFigured it out about 35 minutes ago

Edited By: jsoap on Feb 26, 2011 10:28It seems not... (_;)

2) Its mead of plastic and has a slow data transfer speed

3) Its a poor mans Audi

4) It was 1p cheaper in 1998

5) There is no Sainsburys near me

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If you're going to pull intellect, you should at least write time using correct notation so the problem is stated correctly.

Thread can carry on now, I'm done being retentive for the day :D

If you're going to pull intellect, you should at least write time using correct notation so the problem is stated correctly.

Thread can carry on now, I'm done being retentive for the day :D

The whole point is to not allude to a different base system! But to be honest I know ten year olds who can solve this!

OK Clever Cloggs. With just one stroke of the pen how do you make this into 950 ,10 10 10 ?

OK Clever Cloggs. With just one stroke of the pen how do you make this into 950 ,10 10 10 ?

Congratulations, your spelling is even better than mine. LOL

Edited By: marty-401 on Feb 26, 2011 13:52The answer is actually Window, just ask a primary school pupil and they'll be able to tell you this

If you're going to pull intellect, you should at least write time using correct notation so the problem is stated correctly.

Thread can carry on now, I'm done being retentive for the day :D

The whole point is to not allude to a different base system! But to be honest I know ten year olds who can solve this!

I would disagree about the point of the problem. The 'more' maths you know, the harder this problem is, which is why many younger children will solve it faster than teenagers and adults. I'd suggest the point being made is to consider the fundamentals first, then work up towards more advanced methods: you don't use a sledgehammer to crack a nut. As a person's skills (in any discipline) become more advanced, it is easy to lose sight of some of the more simple things.

Erm, hot deal BTW :)