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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Got a first round from Bear coming up in two weeks.

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    What year are you in?
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    What year are you in?
    Wow

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    What year are you in?
    LOL
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    What year are you in?
    2008

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    (Original post by timster32)
    What year are you in?
    2007 hahaha
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Wow

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    What year of university are you in?
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    (Original post by timster32)
    What year of university are you in?
    You can read my posts to find out buddy, it's not a mystery. And if this is some kind of confrontation, just stop, do something else.

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    i wish Leh, Bear and Drexel were still up for business. these were fun places to work at.
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    You can read my posts to find out buddy, it's not a mystery. And if this is some kind of confrontation, just stop, do something else.

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    Could you be a normal person and answer the question? You just seem to know a lot about IB is all...
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    Could you be a normal person and answer the question? You just seem to know a lot about IB is all...
    My apologies, I'll be a first year. Usually when people on here ask this out of the blue (as opposed to in PM), it is followed by an attempt of confrontation. Sorry for assuming.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    My apologies, I'll be a first year. Usually when people on here ask this out of the blue (as opposed to in PM), it is followed by an attempt of confrontation. Sorry for assuming.

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    Sorry it's my mistake! It's just that a lot of people who go to my school have parents who are investment bankers and you know wayyyy more about IB than these guys so I was really confused?!
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    (Original post by timster32)
    Sorry it's my mistake! It's just that a lot of people who go to my school have parents who are investment bankers and you know wayyyy more about IB than these guys so I was really confused?!
    just keep reading you will learn eventually.
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    (Original post by savonarola)
    just keep reading you will learn eventually.
    Learn about what? 😂
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    (Original post by timster32)
    Learn about what? 😂
    you're a little wind-up merchant, you're not fooling anyone... 😂😂
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    (Original post by torres657)
    but in their website opening date for SA London is 12th September
    Look harder/maybe different for research positions? I can assure you I applied for summer analyst role in equity research haha.
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    Look harder/maybe different for research positions? I can assure you I applied for summer analyst role in equity research haha.
    Are you sure you applied for Centerview?
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    (Original post by egdargi)
    Attachment 576416

    Anyone knows how to do this? It keeps coming up and I never know how to do it.
    1 metre = 1/1609 miles
    31.29 m/s = 1/1609 * 31.29 * 60 = 1.1668 miles/minute

    Use d=vt to find the ratio of distance to time passed, if it's over 1.1668 then it counts.

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    1 metre = 1/1609 miles
    31.29 m/s = 1/1609 * 31.29 * 60 = 1.1668 miles/minute

    Use d=vt to find the ratio of distance to time passed, if it's over 1.1668 then it counts.

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    Thanks so much man. Is 1 time the correct answer then?


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    Thanks so much man. Is 1 time the correct answer then?


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    Yeah.

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    Attachment 576416

    Anyone knows how to do this? It keeps coming up and I never know how to do it.
    Found this

    The speed limit is 31.29 m/s = (31.29/1609) miles/s = (60*60*31.29/1609) miles/hour = 70 miles/hour (approx).
    Therefore, in any half hour period the car can legally travel up to 35 miles. Looking at the graph, the car tends to travel very close to this limit so with the thick lines it can be hard to read if the limits have been exceeded or not.
 
 
 
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