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Topic: vocabulary words and formulas for Regents review
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Judith Sabol

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Registered: 12/3/04
Re: vocabulary words and formulas for Regents review
Posted: Nov 1, 2005 7:37 PM
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this list will be very helpful in preparing my students for the Math A regents this January.......
>From: Andrew Janovsky <janovsky1@optonline.net>
>Date: Tue Nov 01 10:05:16 CST 2005
>To: nysmathab@mathforum.org
>Subject: vocabulary words and formulas for Regents review


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>Bob has created a new place on the AMTNYS website for sharing files.? I have posted two files that may help your students review for the Regents exams.?? You can get these files at:
>?<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
>http://www.amtnys.org/
>?
>or
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>http://www.amtnys.org/sharing/sharing.html
>?
>If you get a dialog box asking for a password, click ?Cancel.??
>?
>?The first is an unofficial list of words and formulas on the Math A Regents Exam.? The second is a page listing most of the formulas that must be memorized for the Math B Regents Exam.? Please fell free to edit or modify these files to suit your needs.
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>The format for the quadratic formula is slightly different from the standard version.? I learned this version of the formula while working part-time at Fox Lane High School in the Bedford Central School District.
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>Andrew Janovsky
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>janovsky1@optonline.net
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>Yeshiva Ohr Hameir, Peekskill, NY? 2000 -
>?John F. Kennedy High School, Bronx NY 1973-1996
>Charles Evans Hughes HS, NY, NY 1964-1973




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