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I got a 139.5, because I made a dumby mistake on #24 (disregarded the reflections part), but I'm still pretty satisfied with my score.

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105 on 12b, wahoooo!

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141, I answered the first 22 questions, question 24, and got them all correct.

236+21.5=138+3=141

Good job. I don't think I've ever seen you make a silly mistake :).

I got a 114 on the AMC 10B because I derped and thought that \[8>10,\]

\[\frac{30}{90}=\frac{1}{6},\] and that \[1002+1003=1006.\]

Maybe I should sleep more than 3 hours before the AMC.

Wait... when do you get your scores back?

They've posted answers on the MAA website

@Sam Thompson – Yeah... but not scores.

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I got a 133.5 because I forgot to convert to yards on number 8.

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141, I answered the first 22 questions, question 24, and got them all correct.

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Good job. I don't think I've ever seen you make a silly mistake :).

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I got a 114 on the AMC 10B because I derped and thought that \[8>10,\]

\[\frac{30}{90}=\frac{1}{6},\] and that \[1002+1003=1006.\]

Maybe I should sleep more than 3 hours before the AMC.

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Wait... when do you get your scores back?

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They've posted answers on the MAA website

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I got a 133.5 because I forgot to convert to yards on number 8.

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