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30-12-2015 07:56:00 +0000
It's been a while since we went over some of the challenging math questions that tend to appear on the JAMB. So today we'll post 2 questions that only a small percentage of jambites were able to get right.
Remember we are covering those questions that many jambites struggled with so most of the questions you will encounter on the exam will not be as difficult at this.
By working on hard questions (and closely reviewing their solutions) you can get yourself ready for the exam faster.
So without much further ado here are today's questions
UPDATE: Please see solution below as a comment
Here's the 2nd question. Who can solve this one?
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Moses Abiodun Adebayo
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is 5 because gradient =y2-y1/x2-x1:::
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