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Topic: Algebra 2 Trig Regents
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JFish@csufsd.org

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Re: Algebra 2 Trig Regents
Posted: Jan 24, 2013 11:58 AM
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It happens! So my honest response is "so what?!!!!!!". I'm sure the
Global Studies exam has repeatedly asked to students to compare certain
aspects of Hinduism vs. Buddism.

SO WHAT!!!!!!!!! It happens and will happen again....and again......and
again!

Jim

Sincerely,

James Fish

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for so long, with so little, we are now
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Yes. The exams have been administered since 1866, and there have been many
repetitions of questions.

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On Jan 24, 2013, at 6:45 AM, "Joe" <mathematics226@aol.com> wrote:

Hi,

Did anyone else notice they asked a question that they asked on the A2T
Regents that was pretty much the same exact picture/problem as a part III
on the June 2005 Math B? Has this happened before?

Joe Perlman
RNHS

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