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Hie all,

Have you ever encountered any curve ball or surprise questions in the math final exams (any algebra, calculus etc)?

Kind regards

(10-20-2019, 10:33 AM)Tincer Wrote: Hie all,

Have you ever encountered any curve ball or surprise questions in the math final exams (any algebra, calculus etc)?

Kind regards


There won't be any surprises. One time, I did have a typo which prevented me from picking the right answer, but they probably fixed that.
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