Quantitative Aptitude Test 51

Test # 51


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5 / 6 6 / 7 x ? - 8 / 9 1(3 / 5) + 3 / 4 x 3(1 / 3) = 2(7 / 9)

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Idiom of the Day

see to it (that something is done)
to take the responsibility to do something, to make sure that something is done
"Will you please see to it that the garbage is taken out in the morning."

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Leave for Let

Don't Say:
Penny didn't leave me to get my book.

Say:
Penny didn't let me get my book.

Note:
Let means to allow Leave means to abandon or to go away from: Do you leave your books at school?
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