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    Numerical reasoning quiz

    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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    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

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    electriclinux;7921930

    Only one group of five letters below is an anagram of a fiveletterword in … Only one group of five letters below is an anagram of a fiveletterword in the English language. Find the word.HUNECLONRIMECYIABICTTAPODANULDFILPO



    LAUND ?

    adopt

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    hello

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    electriclinux;7921930

    Only one group of five letters below is an anagram of a fiveletterword in … Only one group of five letters below is an anagram of a fiveletterword in the English language. Find the word.HUNECLONRIMECYIABICTTAPODANULDFILPO



    err this is numerical reasoning... GTFO

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    jonb2412;7921991

    adopt



    I think you got it :thumbsup:

    +1 point............. unless the question poster objects

    Original Poster

    [SIZE=7]516, 497, 478, 459...[/SIZE]
    Next number in the sequence


    Come on ppl....
    Byker.... :roll:

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    bykergrove;7922009

    err this is numerical reasoning... GTFO



    Thats why I didn't solve it! :lol:

    440...

    duff question i think

    laund (plural launds)

    (archaic) a grassy plain or pasture, especially surrounded by woodland; a glade

    440 ?

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    440 you serious

    Original Poster

    numptyj;7922037

    440...



    +1 point :thumbsup:

    well done


    Byker :roll:

    haha lol @ byker geting h4ted on

    Original Poster

    [size=7]3, 6, 11, 18,..[/size]

    27 come on

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    Marina;7922057

    +1 point :thumbsup:well done :)Byker :roll:



    i swear to god... it was so easy i started to doubt myself (no lie)

    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?

    Marina;7922076

    [size=7]3, 6, 11, 18,..[/size]



    That isn't a numercial reasoning problem....!

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    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

    Do you mean1.35 as a decimal or 1hr 35mins?

    electriclinux;7922085

    The cost of a ticket is based on the formula:C= 2T + (1+S)C = CostT = … The cost of a ticket is based on the formula:C= 2T + (1+S)C = CostT = Time on train (in min)S = Number of stopsIf 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

    studentessa;7922112

    Do you mean1.35 as a decimal or 1hr 35mins?



    Decimal :lol:

    9,997.65

    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

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    electriclinux;7922085

    The cost of a ticket is based on the formula:C= 2T + (1+S)C = CostT = … The cost of a ticket is based on the formula:C= 2T + (1+S)C = CostT = Time on train (in min)S = Number of stopsIf 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

    bykergrove;7922193

    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 .....

    4998.825 or 499882.5 depending if cost is in pounds or pence

    Sorry forgot to say it was in pounds and rounded up. .

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    6445.8 minutes?

    4999 minutes

    Original Poster

    4908.6 min?

    68 hours?

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    electriclinux;7922085

    The cost of a ticket is based on the formula:C= 2T + (1+S)C = CostT = … The cost of a ticket is based on the formula:C= 2T + (1+S)C = CostT = Time on train (in min)S = Number of stopsIf 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!

    http://icanhascheezburger.files.wordpress.com/2007/07/hahaha-lulz.jpg

    S=T/81

    so

    C= 2T + T/81

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    electriclinux;7922399



    lollllll i can't figure out how to convert S into T oh lawd

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    StudentJo;7922404

    S=T/81soC= 2T + T/81



    no 3S = 81T

    S = 27T

    t = 344.7? lulz
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