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How many seconds would it take you to know the time, after the first chime is heard, if it is 4 o'clock?
Last Post 22 Dec 2014 10:35 PM by richie. 1 Replies.
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bruno gggg
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21 Dec 2014 07:30 PM
    There is a clock that has a special way of telling the time. It does not have any hands or numbers on it, but it has a chimer.

    If the time is 1 o'clock, it chimes once. If the time is 2 o'clock, it chimes twice, and so forth. The time gap between any two chimes is 3 seconds.

    How many seconds would it take you to know the time, after the first chime is heard, if it is 4 o'clock?
    richie
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    22 Dec 2014 10:35 PM
    1 o clock
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