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physics_guy
2018-08-14 22:07:26
The solution is a complex superposition of eigenletters.
cathaychris
2011-10-14 01:10:47
The answer is (F) by process of elimination.
timtamm
2011-08-26 20:19:53
this question is highly classified
ticklecricket
2010-11-11 21:49:33
There is no 19th story...
 asdfuogh2011-11-08 19:35:04 Wayside for the win.
kroner
2009-11-04 23:22:39
or included too many right answers among the choices...
wittensdog
2009-11-04 15:11:45
Either that or ETS screwed up and didn't include the right answer among the choices...
sullx
2009-11-02 23:44:23
er.. limiting cases*
medellin
2008-10-24 20:10:50
What happened in this question??
 dogsandfrogs2009-10-08 15:19:25 I'm guessing either it was so ridiculously hard that literally no one got it right, or that it was too ridiculously easy and everyone nailed it.
 sullx2009-11-02 23:42:57 Good application of boundry conditions, dogsandfrogs. ;)

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