# Eli takes a typing test and types all of 300 words in 1/10 hour. He takes the test a second time and types the words in 1/12 hour. Was he faster or slower on the second attempt?

2 months ago

## Solution 1

Guest #3914
2 months ago
Slower on the second attempt because 1/12 =0.083
Repeating
While 1/10 = .1

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