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From: Rich Wyllie <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion Date: 1999111216:00:16 Subject: Testing The graphing calculator is useful when approaching a problem with a graphical approach. Likewise, algebraic justifications are just as important. Why not test in two parts (as the AP Calculus does)? Give a non-calculator portion followed by a calculator portion. In fact, the same problem could sometimes be placed in both portions.
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