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    Shelley Mack
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    In the attachment included, each problem has a place for a solution and an explanation. Two questions regarding them:

    –if the main stem is in 1-5 with the problems in 3-5, in what cell do the Solution and Explanation begin?

    –the Solution and Explanation each have colons before space to write, though Solution has an underscore and Explanation does not. What should (if anything) come after these two words?

    Thanks,

    Shelley Mack

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    #33728

    kdejute
    Moderator

    Shelley,

    Please let me preface with: There is no written-in-stone answer to your questions.

    1. If the main stem is in 1-5 with the lettered problems in 3-5, I would suggest treating the “Solution” and “Explanation” as additional paragraphs within a subitem, thus formatting them in 7-5.
    2. The most straightforward approach to transcribing what comes after “Solution:” and “Explanation:” is to follow print, i.e., use an underscore after “Solution:” and nothingness after “Explanation:”.

    –Kyle

    #33731

    Shelley Mack
    Participant

    Thank you!

    Shelley

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