No there's 60 questions in 60 minutes. I finished all of them.
I put 2-sqrt(2) also, but that's a complete guess.
I can't remember if I put 4 or 16 for the last one, but I solved it by multiplying the first equation by 3 and then adding the two equations together. The first system of equations where x and y were NOT under radicals had nothing to do with the question I think.
The angle question was easy once you realized the triangle shortcut; the angle divides into two 30 60 90 triangles, leaving the angle to be 30 + 30 = 60. Anybody know how to work last two questions? Scaling predictions
ya, I realized that after about a minute or two. how about we just start a list of all of the Qs and As like usual so everyone can check their answers without having to ask individually.
I think you're right; it was 4 (I only know because I talked to someone else and that is what they got). I'm assuming 4 wasn't answer choice C, so I think I got that wrong.
Yes. We should definately compile a list of questions and answers to give us ccers some peace of mind.
What was the answer to the question that showed a graph with several sections labeled with letters? Also, I remember that the question had to do with soil and a planting business.
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I put 2-sqrt(2) also, but that's a complete guess.
I can't remember if I put 4 or 16 for the last one, but I solved it by multiplying the first equation by 3 and then adding the two equations together. The first system of equations where x and y were NOT under radicals had nothing to do with the question I think.
second to last one, I forgot what the question asked. also guessed.
Yes. We should definately compile a list of questions and answers to give us ccers some peace of mind.