Math
posted by Austin .
7202=1/6
Try to find the correct answer.
Example is 11+30=1 reading 11 months plus 30 days equals 1 year.
If I have fiqured this correctly it is 720 seconds minus 2 minutes = 1/6 of one hour.
Can any one agree or disagree?

Your solution looks good to me. :)
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