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Passing math is prerequisite to comment on this blog

With my tried to met the newest regulation of Ministry of higher blogging education , I have installed Math test plugin on this blog, some of you may think I installed it to prevent spam but in fact I installed it to met with the latest world wide standards in blogging world

I will try to keep it simple and straight forward math questions at least because I don't want to lose any of my readers comments, therefore I decided to publish a Math exam sample questions in order to help my lovely readers to pass the exam.

Please take few minutes to read and analyze the provided questions as you may have same questions or very close ones in the REAL exam

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Pens and papers on the table, from this minute on the exam started and it's official, if you cheat then you are cheap and your voice wont be heard.

I wish you the best.

Jad madi
Head of Jaj maji Academic research center

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