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Jay and four of his friends couldn't wait 'til exams were over. The exam period started on Monday and ended on Friday, with scheduled exams in the morning and in the afternoon. They were a bit worried about some of the exams, and expected to breeze through others.
Determine the full name of Jay and his friends, each student's worst and best subject, and when each had his last exam, so vacation could really start! Jay, whose worst subject wasn't Journalism, had his last exam on Friday afternoon.
Mike, whose last name isn't Snow, wasn't best at French. The boy, who wasn't good at Latin, had his best result in Chemistry.
The boy whose last name was Black finished his last exam on Thursday afternoon. Sam's worst subject wasn't Spanish. Gary, whose last name wasn't Star, finished after the boy who was best at Algebra but before the boys who weren't good at Journalism and Geometry.
Carl's last name isn't Wood. The boy whose last name is Frost wasn't best in Chemistry. The boys finished their exams in the following order: The boy whose last name is Wood finished his exams first, on Wednesday afternoon. Carl's worst subject was Latin. For an explanation on how to solve logic problems using the special grids like the one above visit the Solving Tips page.
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c) population of the economy. d) a rise in. I'm in UGBAB right now (after being unable to get into EconB with Wood this semester). I was taking both classes at the same time for the first 2 weeks of school because I was waitlisted for B.
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when aggregate demand is greater than national output b. when aggregate demand is less than national output c. when aggregate demand is equal to national output.