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The millage on car is lower than the millage it had 6 month a go. What does it mean?

The millage on car is lower than the millage it had 6 month a go. What does it mean? Topic: What are the different parts of term paper
June 16, 2019 / By Ithamar
Question: A friend of mine bought a car in Vancouver three days a go from a dealer. It is a Toyota Corolla 2009 with 14K km on it for $9500. She was told that the car had an accident with estimated repair cost of $3000. The paper she signed shows that the car is salvaged, but she didn't know what the term means exactly. She signed auction papers showing that she has bought the car in auction 6 month a go for parts, not ride. The papers also show the car had different color and millage when they bought it in auction. The color on the paper is "BRN" but the car is gray and the millage on paper is 21K km but the millage on the car is 14K km. We got the car-proof yesterday. It shows that the car had three accidents with repair estimated at $11K, $0.6K and $16K. The millage on the car at the time of last accident ( estimated $16k) was 21K km. I don't know what may have cause the odometer to reset? Airbag deployed? My friend is not happy with the car and she believe it was fraud and she got ripped off. What can we do now? Can be return the car and get her money back considering the fact that they have lied about the cost of accidents and resetting the odometer to zero. I appreciate any help.
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Originally Answered: The millage on car is lower than the millage it had 6 month a go. What does it mean?
Here is my best advise. For math and science, do not just memorize how to do the problems. The only effective way to study for math and science is by actually doing the problems. For math, do a variety of problems in your textbook. Make sure you pick problems that are harder and challenging, not the easy ones you know how to do automatically. Doing the harder problems will help you in 2 way. 1, those are the questions that will most likely be on the quiz. 2, if they aren't on the quiz, the quiz will seem like a piece of cake. For science, always know vocabulary, and make sure you know how to apply it. Reading Response journals, theres not much for me to tell you but make you really read the material, and take time with your responses. Dont just write a response in 10 minutes. Pre write it, have it checked by an adult, and then write it. Geography should be pure memorization. But come up with a system
Originally Answered: The millage on car is lower than the millage it had 6 month a go. What does it mean?
well yes you should change your study habits but (especially with math) do practice problems related to the topic not just by writing over notes. practice problems give you a good idea of what types of questions will be asked on the test and also staying after class with your teacher and reviewing material that confuses you helps a lot.

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