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Measured off vs. metered off, test 486, number 5.



 
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Measured off vs. metered off, test 486, number 5. #1 (permalink) Mon Sep 12, 2016 14:54 pm   Measured off vs. metered off, test 486, number 5.
 

Hi! Why "measured off" is wrong answer? Best regards!
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Measured off vs. metered off, test 486, number 5. #2 (permalink) Mon Sep 12, 2016 18:10 pm   Measured off vs. metered off, test 486, number 5.
 

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Re: Measured off vs. metered off, test 486, number 5. #3 (permalink) Mon Sep 12, 2016 22:38 pm   Re: Measured off vs. metered off, test 486, number 5.
 

[quote="Oinas"]Hi! Why "measured off" is wrong answer? Your question is not correct!
Why is "measured off the wrong answer? correct
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