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Topic: Geometry #24
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Don

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From: 140 Shepherd St, RVC, NY 11570
Registered: 2/7/06
RE: Geometry #24
Posted: Jun 20, 2013 10:54 AM
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NYSED has a notification about this on the http://www.p12.nysed.gov/assessment/ site. You need a password. But there is a problem with opening it as of this email. They are aware.

Donald Chung
South Side High School
516-255-8950

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Subject: Re: Geometry #24

"Since there are alternative methods to prove that the two triangles given in Question 24 are similar, all students should be awarded credit for this question."

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