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Topic: #34 Algebra Regents
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Re: #34 Algebra Regents
Posted: Jun 21, 2012 4:00 PM
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At the time, however, there was significant discussion on this list serve and many people indicated that they called the state to ask about it and were told to take off 1 point for coordinates. I'm guessing this is why it was specifically addressed in the rubric this time.

Elizabeth Waite
AMTNYS Vice-President

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Subject: Re: #34 Algebra Regents

This question was on the June 2008 Regents... Here was the rubric then...
3] The correct graph is drawn, and ?1 and 3 are found.
2] Appropriate work is shown, but one graphing error is made, but appropriate
oots are identified.
2] The graph of the parabola is drawn correctly, but no further correct work is
1] Appropriate work is shown, but two or more graphing errors are made, but
ppropriate roots are identified.
1] Appropriate work is shown, but one conceptual error is made.
1] ?1 and 3 are stated, but no work is shown.
0] ?1 or 3 is stated, but no work is shown.
No where on there does it say a point has to be taken off for the roots written
s coordinates.
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