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From: JT <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion Date: 2007110622:13:55 Subject: FEE? I am not sure I get why they are teach FEE but if they are going to teach FEE there should be a definition of what FEE is. There should be a set of rules to follow. (Like every other math concept.) From what I have found on this site and others, there does not seem to be an agreed upon definition of FEE and answers to the same questions can vary and from what I have read from teacher's comments that is OK. Does anyone know if there is a standardized definition of what FEE is and how to apply it to a problem? Note: I think my wife uses FEE to balance our check book. No wonder we are always over drawn.
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