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    How do you work out the answer for this question?
    What have you tried? It might help if you put the values in a table form if you aren't comfortable with the given format.
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    What have you tried? It might help if you put the values in a table form if you aren't comfortable with the given format.
    I did try the question, but I wasn't sure on the second two parts. Is this right?
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    I did try the question, but I wasn't sure on the second two parts. Is this right?
    I'm convinced the last 2 parts are both 1 because every value in the bottom row is less than both of them. I got the same as you for the rest of it.
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    I did try the question, but I wasn't sure on the second two parts. Is this right?
    Assuming all the arithmetic is right (which I can't check because I'm not home) then that seems fine.
 
 
 
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