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What number is a score?


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2011-05-29 04:16:55
2011-05-29 04:16:55

A credit score is a credit evaluation rating. The British use score to mean the number twenty, as well.


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20 is the number associated with a 'score.'

A score = 20. It is a number, just a number. There are no years in a number.

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A score is 20 so.... 4 score is 4 x 20, or 80!

A score, when referring to a number is 20, so four score is 20 x 4 = 80

Four score is a number. A score is twenty, as a dozen is twelve. Four score is 80.

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A score is 20. So four score is: 20 x 4 = 80

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