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Hello All,

This is a Warwick School sample paperhttp://fluencycontent-schoolwebsite.netdna-ssl.com/FileCluster/WarwickSchool/Mainfolder/admissions/documents/11plus-Mathematics-Entrance-Examination-Sample.pdf


3(c) Do people agree that the answer for the final two terms is 34, 44?

23(a) Have I got it wrong or is there more than one answer? B and E :?:

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 10, 2016 9:52 am 
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How did you get 34 and 44? Was it by looking at it as two interwoven sequences where you are adding 15 then 16 then 17. I could not spot an obvious pattern. I think it is not a good question as there is not enough information. It could have been you had to just add 15 then 16 again.

For 23 perhaps they get a mark if they said either? But I got B an E as well.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 10, 2016 10:11 am 
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Thanks Russet. Yes I add 15 to the 1st term to get the 3rd term; , 16 to the 2nd term to get the 4th term; 17 to the 3rd term to get the 5th and 18 to the 4th term to get the 6th term. I agree it's not a good question.


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