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Tackle These Three Tests (Posted on 2005-08-07) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Arthur, Bert and Charles took three exams. In all exams, the first got X points, the second Y points, and the third Z points, X, Y and Z being positive integers such that X>Y>Z.

Summing the three results, Albert got 20 points; Bert, 10; and Charles, 9. Albert was 2nd in Algebra. Who was 2nd in Geometry?

See The Solution Submitted by Old Original Oskar!    
Rating: 2.5000 (8 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
solutionsalil2006-02-20 08:34:25
not enough infobo2005-08-24 18:44:25
re(3): Solution assuming that Albert is Arthur's real name...Bob Smith2005-08-08 17:18:23
Some Thoughtsre(2): Solution assuming that Albert is Arthur's real name...e.g.2005-08-08 14:55:13
re: Solution assuming that Albert is Arthur's real name...Bob Smith2005-08-08 13:34:07
SolutionSolution assuming that Albert is Arthur's real name...Charlie2005-08-07 03:37:50
QuestionAlbert?Richard2005-08-07 02:57:17
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