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# Quizz time XVIII Data Processing

Last year, I ran a program to process data from user in small network. At 7 am March 2, 2016 i ran Program M. This program can process 22 227 852 MB data every 24 hour. After a while, i wanted to test Program G. It can process 21 084 612 MB data every 24 hour. So i stop M and start using G. Total days from running both program is 221 days. The total amount of data processed from program M is equal to Program G. Question : When did i use Program G for the first time?

4/26/2017 10:08:00 AM

Agus Mei

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Friday, 17th June, 2016 at 20:59? (~21:00)

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June 17, 2016 9:00pm/21:00

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@Agus Mei Rounded down my answer because it's time

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For everyone who read my Quizz for the first time, you can check my Quizz from the beginning (if you interested) https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/298621/?ref=app

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yep. after this quizz, i'll post a quizz about hacking password with real code. after this quizz solved.....

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Program M was running for 221 days? Or it was stopped at the middle?

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M is stopped in the middle , because i use program G. Question is edited.

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let me guess : Program M was working for 107 days, 15 hours, 48 minutes and 489.6 milliseconds. So you started Program G after this amount of time.

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Calculator on my mobile. 😂😂

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just for the note. this is real calendar.

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I have to include the exact time on the calendar?

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i mean march is 31 and so on...

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You started Program G on 10:48pm June 17, 2016

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Why did I get 15 hours and 48 minutes? I might have done something wrong! I am still getting the same answer. Not getting 14 hours!!!

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Next Quizz invitation to all hacker https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/344620/?ref=app

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@Fraterculetta you are correct, nice job. but you are late. maybe my next quizz you will win.

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actually @Jafca you are less 1 second. it is 21 pm

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WHAT?? which calculator did you use? I was making one for this 🙄😏 #programmingBenefits😎😎

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Maths ?

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@Cyrus Close but still incorrect