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@Tanveen Dhingra
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Wow!! was surprised to see that you have level 4 in calculus . Calculus is in 12th class. I went near fitjee to see if I could get the package of 8th class.

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TopNewest@RWIT PANDA You are in FIITJEE sankalp batch....right???

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Yup

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Do you know Jai?

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Fit the missing letters in the following LOGIC sequence (not Math formula, but LOGIC)

C T H A _ B I L _ E

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I think the answer will be either CTHAABILRE or CTHARBILAE .

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How's That.

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So answer: CTHAABILRE

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YES it is! Very well done!

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@ARNIT PANDA Are you @RWIT PANDA 's brother?

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no i m not RWIT PANDA's brother

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Ok! Sorry for the misunderstanding!

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hi ,tanveen. yesterday i saw u at the metro staton at about 5:30 pm . were u coming from south delhi??

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Yes! Which station? And where were you going?

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Nirman vihar . I was also going to south delhi

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Have you studied calculus ???????

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Well , honestly I don't think someone who can solve only Lvl 1-2 questions can ever come 2nd in IMO . JMO

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Hi !

How's life ?

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Hi! It is great

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@A A

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