For question #33, if they crossed out, I think they still need to state that they understood the domain of the problem x>-2
Jennifer Griffin Math Teacher Stissing Mountain High School Pine Plains Central School District (518) 398-7181 ext. 221
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Good day to everyone -
I do not remember what question number it was, but the question about the streets with sides 12 and 10 - it was a similar right triangles question - how does everyone plan on grading it if they decided to do law of sines somehow and get 8 and change as the answer. Would this qualify as a conceptual error for 2 out of the four points?
Also, question 33 - if the students factored out the difference of squares after applying the Quotient Rule, and cancelled out the binomial resulting in eliminating the extraneous root, will you accept that as a complete answer?