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    Chris
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    Quick maths question
    If 3500 cars averaged 29mph but 90% drove at 50mph what would be the average speed of the remaining 10% ?

    #119231

    Fugazi3973
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    Quick maths question
    If 3500 cars averaged 29mph but 90% drove at 50mph what would be the average speed of the remaining 10% ?

    3500 x 29 = 101,500
    90% of those cars (3150) x 50 = 157,500……

    Hmmmmmm the remaining 10% (350) of those cars have travelled at NEGATIVE speed – so New Broughton is stuck in some form of warped time/space continuum.

    #119269
    AMA Express
    AMA Express
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    so New Broughton is stuck in some form of warped time/space continuum.

    Is it where they filmed Goodnight Sweatheart ?

    #119316
    Sheefag
    Sheefag
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    No, back to the future, hence the 88mph target speed.

    #119338

    Sianny_D
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    A lot of people cut the corner by the community centre / entrance to lower mill. No end of times have I come from thr mini round about and someone’s almost clipped the side of my car.

    #119341

    BenjaminM
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    Just consider Sianny, what is the common factor here? You, or everybody else ??

    #119405
    AMA Express
    AMA Express
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    A lot of people cut the corner by the community centre….. someone’s almost clipped the side of my car.

    You need to get in touch with the Civil Aviation Authority. They get very excited by near-misses.

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