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Topic: IA Regents #37
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From: Syracuse, NY
Registered: 6/17/08
Re: IA Regents #37
Posted: Jun 18, 2008 8:38 PM
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What would be an example of a one point conceptual error in this problem? The only conceptual error that I can imagine is the perimeter - isn't the one point deduction specific to this case. I understand that it trivializes the problem but what else could they do... did anyone give 2 points for using the perimeter? This was not my question for grading but I just thinking about it for future reference.

This was a tough exam to grade and the time pressure was ridiculous!!!

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