Yes, I would have thought it was one of those two.
USAAF bombings of Tokyo
Why is Alison so sad?
Has she just lost her job or her partner?
Tell her not to worry things will turn out ok in the end, they always do.
Eating too much ice-cream isn't the solution.
Tokyo fire bombing: 100,000
Looking this stuff up on wikipedia is making me feel a bit dirty. I think I prefer the algebra questions.
40,000-43,000 civilians dead, 46,000 injuredfigures for wounded possibly as high as 139,000
Dresden for certain and 7.7 litres more
Tom77 wrote (see)
Wikipedia reckons: Hiroshima: 90,000–166,000 Nagasaki: 60,000–80,000 Tokyo fire bombing: 100,000 Dresden: 25,000 Dambusters: 1,650
I was being a bit "duh" not thinking of the atomic bombs *facepalm*.
I was with Tom 77, discovering that a Large tub was 0.7 litres, and a small tub was 0.55 litres. THEN, I got myself into a mig of a puddle.
She has 7 large tubs left, so that's 7x 0.7= 4.9 litres.She has 2 small tubs left, so that's 2x 0.55= 1.1 litres4.9 plus 1.1 = 6 litres.
And to double check ......
(12x 0.7) plus (8x 0.55) = 8.4 + 4.4 = 12.8 litres total volume. Subtract what's already made 12.8 - 6.8 = 6 litres.
Having now worked though the puzzle several times, I am once again embarrassed that I never learned my 7 times tables when I was in Primary School. I've got more chance of ordering a beer in Arabic.
Here's a GSCE Finance test you can try.
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