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Mo's Home Maths Tuition

Discussion in 'The Lockdown Lounge' started by Mo Mouse, Nov 20, 2016.

  1. Mo Mouse

    Mo Mouse Soap Chat Well-Known Member EXP: 7 Years

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    2 tins should do the trick, Kev. I would suggest Midnight Blue but feel free to make your own choice but not Tangerine Dream. That would be idiotic.
     
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  2. Kevmac

    Kevmac Soap Chat TV Fanatic EXP: 15 Years

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    Well, indeed.... you're quite right, Sir :)

    May I ask another Mathematical Question, Mo'...? :rolleyes:

    The house we've sold is 214 metres squared....

    The house we've bought is 180 metres squared....

    Will we qualify for a lower rate of insurance ?? :oops:
     
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    Mo Mouse Soap Chat Well-Known Member EXP: 7 Years

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    Yes, you will, Kev. What insurance companies do is to multiply the number of rooms by the people that will be living there and divide by the co-efficient of the rate banding to give what they call an Insurance Retention Factor. In your case the annual premium will be £350 for the first year. However, if you take out your policy with Direct Line, not only do you get free cinema tickets, but you get free money and entry into a prize draw where you can win some fruit.

    It's worth considering.
     
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    Kevmac Soap Chat TV Fanatic EXP: 15 Years

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    ..........:D:D:D

    "Direct Line" it will be. Thanks for your quality advice Mo'.... :)
     
  5. Mo Mouse

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    That's okay, Kev. I'm always here to help.
     
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    Mo'....? :rolleyes:

    I'm muddling over the square root of 987 ?? :confused:

    Can't quite grasp it for the life of me.... :oops:

    any ideas...?? o_O
     
  7. Mo Mouse

    Mo Mouse Soap Chat Well-Known Member EXP: 7 Years

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    Plus or minus 31 and a half, Kev, give or take the odd pinch of salt.

    I'm not sure if there is sufficient call for it on here, but, if so, I am quite happy to provide some basic tuition on tetrahedrons.
     
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    Tetrahedrons, eh? It feels like only yesterday we were discussing the simple triangle. We've come such a long way. And look at us now. About to embark on a 3D journey inside the Tetrahedron. I'm immensely proud of every one of us who has made it this far. It hasn't always been easy, but goddammit, it's been worth it. Over to you Mo.
     
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    Kevmac Soap Chat TV Fanatic EXP: 15 Years

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    Our beloved Mouse is a whizz with a triangle.... Dairylea or otherwise....? o_O

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