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Amara DeepthiParticipant
Dear Ken,
I also would like to join for the Advanced Diploma course. Can you please let me know when it will commence?
Thank you.
Amara DeepthiParticipantDear Ken,
I have already submitted my assignment on 14th March. It’s already been a week. Now the order in the course material has changed. If I see the status of my assignment, it says go back to previous lesson (Not showing either awaiting approval or my assignment review is done). Can you please clarify? I am not understanding what happened to my submitted assignment?
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I have submitted the assignment on 14th march. Its still under review. Can you please let me know by when can I get the result and proceed further? Thank you.
Amara DeepthiParticipantGot it Mr. Ken. Thank you.
Amara DeepthiParticipantKen,
The general square rooting method and finding the recurring decimals is so enlightening. Even the calculator was not showing the complete pattern for recurring decimals. Felt so nice to see that. Thank you so much Ken for sharing these methods with us.
Amara DeepthiParticipantKen, the ekadhika for 99 is given as 10. But it can be one also rite. As i can take this number as 099 and 0+1 =1 . Please clarify.
Amara DeepthiParticipantThank you Mallika.
Amara DeepthiParticipantThank you Ken
Amara DeepthiParticipantHi Mallika,
Very nice to see your practice. Can you please tell me which book you are doing these practice questions. what is TMIL ? Please let me know. Thank you.
Amara DeepthiParticipantHi Ken,
Thank you for your reply. In lesson 22, while trying to find the square roots. I found this problem. Attached is the practice problem I was talking about. Instead of using the digit sum method for checking, I tried to use the last figure method (attached). As you suggested, I can use the last figure method only when I know that it is a perfect square.
Can you please take a number which is not a perfect square and explain the remainder concept?
And one more request Ken, after the quiz, if we can know which question we have done wrong and what is the correct way, that would be really helpful. Because we are completing the quizzes, but we are not knowing which problem we have done wrongly and what is the correct answer for the same and the reasoning behind it. Thank you.
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I was doing the practice problems of on square roots. I have a doubt.
while finding the 5229 square root, actually with the method of guessing the the last digit. The answer appears to be 73. But actually 73^2 is 5329. So from the method of guessing from the last digit. There is chance of error unless you are sure that the number is definitely a perfect square. Am I correct in this? Please guide.
and if i try from the first method to find out the answer, for 5229, from 52 …first number must be 7…7*7 = 49 the remainder is 32. and in 32, 14 (2*7 (first number)) goes in 2 times. So 3228 = 4. Now 4 & 9 are remaining. Does it mean 49 is the remainder?
But 72^2 + 49 is not equal to 5229. Can you please elaborate?
Amara DeepthiParticipantKen,
When can I start my Week 6 classes? Please let me know. If I go try to start, it says go back to the previous lesson. Kindly advice.
Amara DeepthiParticipantKen,
I could resolve the issue and complete the quizzes. I have uploaded my assignment also. Thank you for your support.
Amara DeepthiParticipantDear Ken,
Even though I have completed Lesson 17 quiz, Iam not able to go to Lesson 18 quiz. Unless I complete the quizzes I can’t submit my assignment. I have already raised a ticket for the same. Can you please give me some more time to submit the assignment until this issue is resolved.
Deepthi
Amara DeepthiParticipantHi Ken,
In Home work Manual Lession 5, Practice – C, 4th question answer is a typo. 100097 = 903 (and not 22). Please confirm.

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