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22.5 goals

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by likeglue2, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. It's very tempting to just reply, "She made a simple mistake, get over it." However, it is hard to tell without knowing what happened next. Ideally should would then have been to do a similar question to see if she screwed that up as well; if so, then it becomes easier to diagnose the question.
     
  2. So as a concerned uncle, you've worked out where she went wrong, explained it to her and she then tried the sum again and got it right?? If she had then continued to get numerous of these sums wrong then I would be concerned but I think this is probably just a case of a minor working out error.
     

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