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Hi Zeeshan 01,

As bob bundy points out, if the problem is taken word for word, then my answer is correct. On balance, I think bob bundy's answer is more likely if the phrasing is open to ambiguity. However, the problem appears to have been written in your own words -- could you post the problem as it appears on your problem sheet, unchanged?

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**sonia100****Member**- Registered: 2017-07-20
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Thanks bob.

i like math because it is a "language" which is internationally available.

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