Cheri A. Wales
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Thanks! I'll share that with my TVI. I appreciate it.
Cheri A. WalesParticipantHi. Thank you very much for your reply. I think that may work with other math we'll do again in the future so I'll keep that for reference. Unfortunately it didn't work with this student as the student (who has additional disabilities) didn't understand the problem if I separate the words and the prices. I taught him about guide dots this summer; I may just try adding those where the item is notably longer than the price. Thank you for trying to give me a better way to format it.
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Cheri Wales
Cheri A. WalesParticipantThanks! That will be useful for English classes next year.
Cheri A. WalesParticipantThanks! I had to give it to the student to study for the AP test, but I'm adding your answer to my reference binder for future use because that probably won't be the last table I see like that in high school science or math. I appreciate your help.
Cheri A. WalesParticipantThank you! I tried to find a rule in Nemeth 1972 about it and didn't see anything.
Cheri A. WalesParticipantThank you!
March 11, 2022 at 3:25 pm in reply to: formatting exercises with multuiple options for a set of exercises #38624Cheri A. WalesParticipantThanks!
February 15, 2022 at 7:42 pm in reply to: How do you do a table with no column headings/ row headings only? #38586Cheri A. WalesParticipantThank you.
Cheri A. WalesParticipantThank you Cindi! I appreciate it.
Cheri A. WalesParticipantThanks!
March 4, 2021 at 7:15 pm in reply to: math expression entirely in words and entirely in grade 1 braille #36778Cheri A. WalesParticipantThank you Kyle! I really appreciate the help.
March 3, 2021 at 2:48 am in reply to: math expression entirely in words and entirely in grade 1 braille #36771Cheri A. WalesParticipantI apologize for that. I can't get a photo the correct size. The problem is (divided between lines like this):
Percentage = Original number  New Number
change ______________________ x 100 [that's meant to be the dividing line in division, not an underscore]
Original number
[percentage change = ((original numbernew number)/(original number)) x 100] I'm not sure what to do with subtraction divided by another number (all written as words) which is then multiplied by yet another number. I couldn't find any examples in the technical guidelines. I do understand your webinar on where to divide mathematical expressions between lines, I just don't understand how to write the mathematical expression to begin with. And thank you, I do understand your explanation about the grade 1 indicator. I appreciate your help.
Cheri A. WalesParticipantTHANK YOU! WOW, that definitely answers my question. That makes a lot more sense than how I was picturing it. I really appreciate it.

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