Lynnette

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  • in reply to: Formatting fraction problems #37299
    Lynnette
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    I think it is a winner also, it seems clear to me and I hope to the student.

    in reply to: Formatting fraction problems #37258
    Lynnette
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    I agree that the numeric indicators should not be in a column with a number.  I also agree with the way you did question 14. I did question 13 a little differently based on the fact that the fraction in a mixed number has a repeated numeric indicator. See the attached example. Please look at it and see what you think and then I will change my workbook to match whatever you decide. Thanks, Lynnette

     

     

    in reply to: Centering Running Heads #35376
    Lynnette
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    Thanks, Cindi.  That's is what I told the student and he will have to take care of it from there.

    Lynnette

     

    in reply to: Typeforms #35227
    Lynnette
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    It is a handwritten note from my father attached to a recipe for orange marmalade.  I am going to use it in a workshop because it is hard to find examples of script.

    Lynnette

    in reply to: Typeforms #35224
    Lynnette
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    Here is the sample.  Lynnette

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    in reply to: Enlarged dots #33670
    Lynnette
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    Thanks Cindi, I just couldn't find a citation for it.

     

    Lynnette

    in reply to: Compound hyphenated words #32257
    Lynnette
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    I have to say that I don't believe that this is reasonable. Nowhere in the rules would this be stated and surely the rules are more important that the lessons.

    It also seems to me that compound hyphenated words should be an exemption from this statement as there is discussion about dividing them in both the UEB rules and Braille Formats.

    But, thanks for the quick reply.

    Lynnette

     

     

    in reply to: tensor product #31208
    Lynnette
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    Thanks, Lynnette

    in reply to: UEB contractions #30165
    Lynnette
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    Thanks Julie,

    The explanation of must sort of makes sense.  I will have to look up mustard to see how it fits.  Goody is just completely arbitrary and the students will just have to live with it.

     

    Lynnette

    in reply to: Publisher's statement #28890
    Lynnette
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    That is what I thought but our students had questions.

    Thanks, Lynnette

     

    in reply to: Paragraph Headings #28767
    Lynnette
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    Thanks, I appreciate the quick response.

     

    in reply to: Special Symbols #27146
    Lynnette
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    Thank you, the new students will be very greatful.

    Lynnette

    in reply to: modifers #22444
    Lynnette
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    Thanks, Lynnette

    in reply to: modifers #22443
    Lynnette
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    Good eye, Lynnette! You are right. I have attached a fixed transcription. I didn't intend to split it there, but my eye was caught by the equal sign. I should have someone proofread my responses!

    in reply to: modifers #22442
    Lynnette
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    Okay, but you split the t = 1 in the fourth line of the equation.

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