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Numerical reasoning quiz

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
After my epic fail in the other thread due to being silly.... here's a quiz, anyone welcome to post questions.


Whoever gets the answer first....won the answer for that question.

OK???

Byker!!! get here!!!
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Only one group of five letters below is an anagram of a fiveletter
word in the English language. Find the word.
HUNEC
LONRI
MECYI
ABICT
TAPOD
ANULD
FILPO
#2
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#3
electriclinux
Only one group of five letters below is an anagram of a fiveletter
word in the English language. Find the word.
HUNEC
LONRI
MECYI
ABICT
TAPOD
ANULD
FILPO


LAUND ?
#4
adopt
#5
HUNEC

chune blud big chune!! :p

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWBaSVIZFH8
banned#6
hello :)
banned#7
electriclinux
Only one group of five letters below is an anagram of a fiveletter
word in the English language. Find the word.
HUNEC
LONRI
MECYI
ABICT
TAPOD
ANULD
FILPO


err this is numerical reasoning... GTFO :p
#8
jonb2412;7921991
adopt


I think you got it :thumbsup:

+1 point............. unless the question poster objects :)
#9
[SIZE=7]516, 497, 478, 459...[/SIZE]
Next number in the sequence


Come on ppl....
Byker.... :roll:
#10
bykergrove;7922009
err this is numerical reasoning... GTFO :p


Thats why I didn't solve it! :lol:
#11
440...
#12
duff question i think

laund (plural launds)

(archaic) a grassy plain or pasture, especially surrounded by woodland; a glade
#13
440 ?
banned#14
440 you serious
#15
numptyj;7922037
440...


+1 point :thumbsup:

well done :)


Byker :roll:
#16
haha lol @ byker geting h4ted on
#17
[size=7]3, 6, 11, 18,..[/size]
#18
27 come on
banned#19
Marina
+1 point :thumbsup:

well done :)


Byker :roll:


i swear to god... it was so easy i started to doubt myself (no lie)
#20
The cost of a ticket is based on the formula:
C= 2T + (1+S)

C = Cost
T = Time on train (in min)
S = Number of stops

If the train has three stops every 1.35 hours how long does a person have to be on the train to have a ticket costing £10,000?
#21
Marina
[size=7]3, 6, 11, 18,..[/size]


That isn't a numercial reasoning problem....!
#22
numptyj;7922081
27 come on


Its who gets it quickly wins etc :)

+1 point :thumbsup:

Byker srsly :roll:


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Numpty - 2 points
#23
Do you mean1.35 as a decimal or 1hr 35mins?
#24
electriclinux
The cost of a ticket is based on the formula:
C= 2T + (1+S)

C = Cost
T = Time on train (in min)
S = Number of stops

If the train has three stops every 1.35 hours how long does a person have to be on the train to have a ticket costing £10,000?


I think the phrase rhymes with Duck Fat :p
#25
studentessa
Do you mean1.35 as a decimal or 1hr 35mins?


Decimal :lol:
#26
9,997.65
#27
4876.2 mins? = 81.27 hours

thats probs totally wrong lool

actually it has to be wrong dno how the hell i came to that

just to let you know


im out lol
banned#28
electriclinux
The cost of a ticket is based on the formula:
C= 2T + (1+S)

C = Cost
T = Time on train (in min)
S = Number of stops

If the train has three stops every 1.35 hours how long does a person have to be on the train to have a ticket costing £10,000?


wow this ones hard... lemme think
#29
bykergrove
wow this ones hard... lemme think


I picked one from my book so no goggling....not that anyone would :whistling:.
A hint is to apply the cost to one side and .....
#30
4998.825 or 499882.5 depending if cost is in pounds or pence
#31
Sorry forgot to say it was in pounds and rounded up. .
banned#32
6445.8 minutes?
#33
4999 minutes
#34
4908.6 min?
#35
68 hours?
banned#36
electriclinux
The cost of a ticket is based on the formula:
C= 2T + (1+S)

C = Cost
T = Time on train (in min)
S = Number of stops

If the train has three stops every 1.35 hours how long does a person have to be on the train to have a ticket costing £10,000?


10,000 = 2T + 1 + S
9,999 = 2T + S
9,999 = 2T + S
S = 1.35T/3
S = 0.45T

4999.5 = T + 0.225T

T = 4081.22

this is wrong i give up!
#37
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#38
S=T/81

so

C= 2T + T/81
banned#39
electriclinux
http://icanhascheezburger.files.wordpress.com/2007/07/hahaha-lulz.jpg


lollllll i can't figure out how to convert S into T :| oh lawd
banned#40
StudentJo
S=T/81

so

C= 2T + T/81


no 3S = 81T

S = 27T

t = 344.7? lulz

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