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    I am transcribing a 7th grade math workbook with this problem.

    I use Duxbury without any math translator program. So I must enclose the right side of problem in grouping signs and I also need to change the fraction line to the general fraction line because if I don't Duxbury with show a dot 456, 34. Even with me preparing this equation for translation I believe I am getting an error. Could you please take a look at this and let me know. I am getting a grade one symbol indicator before the first subscript in the numerator and before the first subscript in the denominator. Is this correct?

    Thanks Susan

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    This is the problem
    <p class="1-3">m = y<sub>2</sub>-y<sub>1</sub>/x<sub>2</sub>-x<sub>1</sub></p>


    Dear Kyle,

    Please forgive me for not watching the webinar on Grade 1 preferences. What I should do is put in the grade one passage indicator at the beginning of the equation and it will take care of the grade one within the equation. Hope I didn't waste your time.




    Wow, Susan! I commend you for continuing to explore your resources after posting here, and I'm so glad you found useful information in the short webinar "Grade 1 Mode Preferences" that is part of our Webinars Archive.

    Braille on!

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