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posted 4 days ago

In Book 6, 2012 edition, Page 9, Test 2 by Yusuf, Bodmaz

Pls, what is the solution? From the example given, there are numbers arranged in separate circles: 7, 5, 11, 9, then X in a box, with Y in another box next to it. All in a single line.

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posted Friday, 13 October, 2017

Test 1 Example C by Philip, Obinna

Please what the solution to the Test 1 question 11 under Example C

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posted Friday, 13 October, 2017

Exercise 6 by James, Umana

Pls how do I solve example C of Exercise 6

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posted Thursday, 5 October, 2017

Quantitative Reasoning 6 (For primary Schools) by Nwosu, Obinna

Please what is the solution to TEST 1 pages 1 & 3. Thank you.

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posted Wednesday, 4 October, 2017

answer to test1 book 6 by Gabriel, Gabriel

Answer book 6 test 1 question

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posted Wednesday, 27 September, 2017

Book 6 by Bryt, Emma

Pls can i know the principles in solving test 1a,b,d and e?

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posted Tuesday, 26 September, 2017

Exercise E by Sunday, Abiodun

Help!!! I need assistance urgently for the solution of the above exercise Book 6.

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posted Monday, 25 September, 2017

solving test 1 by Bako, Pangkhinah

how can I answer the questions in book 6 test 1

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posted Monday, 25 September, 2017

Test 1A by Bako, Pangkhinah

How to solve the tests for book 6 Test 1A

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posted Tuesday, 19 September, 2017

primary 6 by Oyiboruona, Paul

pls i need d procedure to text 1A, B & E.is there any with the solution?

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