If You Have 33 Chapters Of a Book And You Are On Chapter 17 And You Need To Finish The Book In Two Days, How Many Chapters Do You Need To Read A Day?

if you have 33 chapters of a book and you're on chapter 17 and you need to finish the book in two days, how many chapters do you need to read a day?


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  • Just read the whole thing. I can read Harry Potter in 4 hours. Just dedicate a night to it.

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    • and retain everything?

      that book wasn't that great by the way

    • @orphan yes, and retain everything. And there are 7 books. Pick one.

    • longest book would be 1071 words per minute.

      If top readers read at speeds of above 1000 words per minute (wpm) with near 85% comprehension, they only represent 1% of readers. Average readers are the majority and only reach around 200 wpm with a typical comprehension of 60%.

What Guys Said 5

  • After you finish Chapter 7, you need to average 8 for the next two days.
    That's because you have 33 - 17 = 16 chapters left and 2 days to read those 16 chapters. So, 16 chapters/2 days = 8 chapters per day.

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  • 7.5342

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  • 0 on the first day and all 16 on the second!

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  • Read 16 in one day

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  • 0 you go online and find the cliff notes and find the ending

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What Girls Said 9

  • 33(chapters) -17(read) =16 (remaining)
    16 (remaining ch) /2(days) =8 (ch. per day)
    OR 16 chapters in one day 😛 and have a spare day!!😁😁

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  • Seven and a half.

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  • If you split even, then 8 each day. If your efficient, then maybe do 12 the first, then 4 the second. if your lazy, save it all for the last minute. If your really lazy, get the book on tape or look up sparknotes. If your very lazy, just don't do it.

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  • Sparknotes lol

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  • *Is too lazy to read book until last minute*
    *Is to lazy to do simple math*

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  • 8.5 each day

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  • 0000

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  • You're clearly not seasoned. Sparknotes is the way to go

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  • Seriously...

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