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a test has 12 problems and each problem is worth 5 marks. Full marks are given for a correct answer, 2 marks are given if there is no answer, and no marks given for an incorrect answer. Some scores between 1 and 60, are impossible to get on this test. What is the sum of these impossible-to-get scores

Guest Feb 25, 2019

#1**+1 **

I don't have a mathematical proof,

but I think the only impossible-to-get scores are 1 and 3.

If I'm correct, the sum of these impossible-to-get scores would be 4.

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Guest Feb 25, 2019