Apparently someone had a lot of fun making the print in this book as visually appealing as possible. *flat stare*
This 5th grade book has different shapes around problem/exercise numbers, around multiple choice answers, and around the numbers related to the step-by-step explanation. To my knowledge, the closest BF comes to addressing this is where it says to use transcriber typeforms instead of the enclosure symbol. But that seems a really weird use of typeforms. Showing just the number/letter is also weird, because that makes it slightly more difficult to identify that number/letter as a problem identifier.
I almost want to include a note on the TN page saying that "Step It Out numbers are enclosed in a green pentagon-shaped arrow in print, and followed by a closing braille grouping indicator in braille. Problem numbers are enclosed in a green square in print and followed by a period in braille. Multiple choice answer letters are circled in print and followed by a period in braille." This way I can indicate the difference between Step It Out and problems, and still differentiate between the problem identifier and the problem without adding excessive braille symbols. On the other hand, I don't know of any portion of Braille Formats that would call this permissible (except the catch-all "transcriber discretion").
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