
Measurement
Top Mathematicians

JIInfant

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SISenior Infants

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1First class

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1.100/

1.101/

1.102/

1.103/

1.104/

1.105/


2Second Class

2.119/

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2.121/

2.122/

2.123/

2.124/

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2.126/

2.127/

2.128/

2.129/


3Third Class

3.110/

3.111/

3.112/

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4Fourth Class

4.102/

4.129/

4.130/


5Fifth Class

5.109/

5.110/

5.103/


6Sixth Class

6.124/

6.125/

6.126/

6.128/


7Seventh Class

7.89/

7.238/

7.239/

7.240/


8Eighth Class

8.89/

8.236/

8.237/

8.238/

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