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BB math test 2 question wording

JenovasideJenovaside Registered User Posts: 188 Junior Member
The official guide to the satII math tests has two exams, one from 2002 and one form 1995. I had no trouble on the 2002 one(first one in the book) but 1995 one has several questions where I have no blinking clue what they are asking, such as 41 "if n distinct planes intersect in a line and another line l intersects one of these planes in a single point, what is the least number of these n planes that l could intersect. Do I need to worry about questions like that on the test tomorrow

also one thing I have a habit of doing is overlooking - signs that seem to sneak in, especially if its on a new line where I wrongly assume it a hyphen. Gota not mess that up
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