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| Handing In Your Work | Answering Corrected Questions | How An Answer Is Graded | |

| Grades for the Entire Questionbook | Quizzes | Project| |

- ANSWER EACH QUESTION ON A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER.
You may print each question seperately through a link from the question number.

- If you cut and paste or copy the question on paper, put your last name, your section
number, and the question number in the upper right corner of the page forming a heading.
Cut and staple or paste the question onto the paper after the heading.

- Write on one side of the paper only! If more than one side of a page is required,
staple additional sheets to the first and put your heading on these as well.

- Answered the question as if you were speaking or writing for a fellow student or for
your own future use.

- Make your work presentable. Treat it as if it were a report submitted to a supervisor
or superior.

- Include the following parts in each question.
- THE QUESTION - computer printed or copied by hand or cut-and-pasted
from the original list!

NO QUESTION, NO CREDIT EVEN FOR A CORRECT ANSWER! - FINAL ANSWER- Be sure sentences are complete and grammar and spelling are acceptable.

- THE QUESTION - computer printed or copied by hand or cut-and-pasted
from the original list!
- If you do permit someone else see your work, be sure he or she does not copy it.

SUPERVISE THE READER. Do not permit anyone to copy your work. If the work turned in by students suggests copying or plagiarism, all may be penalized for cheating.

- If another person worked with you in answering a question, identify them in the
heading below the question number. WRITE "with ___" indicating THE NAME OF ANY STUDENT
WHO WORKED WITH YOU IN ANSWERING THE QUESTION.

- If you use a written work, such as the textbook, as a source, cite the work
in a footnote AND PUT A STAR AFTER THE QUESTION NUMBER IN THE HEADING.

- If a person tells you or permits you to read their answer and you wish to use
their answer, you MUST write their response IN YOUR OWN WORDS and WRITE
"as explained by ___" LISTING THEIR NAME BELOW THE QUESTION NUMBER IN THE
HEADING.

- CHEATING is hereby defined as having the words or work of another (be it from a
written source or a person) on your paper handed in as your own work.
THERE IS A SEVERE PENALTY FOR CHEATING. PLEASE CONSULT THE CHEATING POLICY.

- If you do permit someone else see your work, be sure he or she does not copy it.
Supervise the reader. Do not permit anyone to copy your work. If the work
turned in by a students suggests copying or plagiarism, all may be penalized
for cheating.

- If the question involves computation not completed on a calculator, computer, or done mentally, but completed by hand, then include the computation as part of your answer.

- To submit questions for grading,
- 1st: Place work to be graded with the coversheet.
- 2nd: Place the coversheet on top.
- 3rd: Fasten the answer sheets to the coversheet with
- the paper clip on the TOP of the papers.
- 4th: Place the package in the designated location.
- 5th: Write the date on the coversheet.

Until the final due date ____________, questions may be handed in
repeatedly. No credit is given for incomplete or incorrect answers after the final due
dates. It is strongly suggested that once assigned, a question is answered immediately
and handed in for grading. It is possible for the grading of a question to take __in
excess of 2 weeks__.

If your work has been graded, it will have the paper clip on the side of the package.

Possible grades on each question are:

C ..... OK - for CORRECT, full credit, DONE. Store in a safe place till the final date for submission. All questions are to be handed in at that time. I ..... INCOMPLETE - something's missing or incompletely answered. Put all corrections on the ORIGINAL SHEET. Add to your answer. Do not erase your original work, just draw a line through it so it may still be read. Q ..... QUESTION IS MISSING - Write the question or this answer, even if correct, will not be considered correct. R ..... Redo - something's wrong and needs correction. Put all corrections on the ORIGINAL SHEET. Do not erase your original work, just draw a line through incorrect work so it may still be read. Knowing what you did wrong is important. S ..... Source is needed. Please indicate the source of material.

These are probably the range of scores for the questionbook:

A - completed more than 1 standard deviation above the mean number of questions completed by the entire class. B - completed between 1 and 1/4 standard deviations above the mean number of questions completed by the entire class. C - completed within 1/4 standard deviation of the mean number of questions completed by the entire class. D - completed between 1/4 and 1 standard deviations below the mean number of questions completed by the entire class. F - completed fewer than 1 standard deviation below the mean number of questions completed by the entire class.

Quizzes cover important topics within a chapter, help to highlight skills necessary for tests, and fit on one sheet of paper. To receive credit for a quiz, you must hand in a perfect paper.

- The first time a quiz is given, it is administered to the entire class in class.
- Repeat quizzes (similar to the original version) are administered in the office of the instructor. Stop by during an open office hour or make an appointment during other office hours.
- Quizzes which are not perfect may be taken again one-try-per-day through the final due date.
- For this questionbook, the following quizzes are available:
- Arithmetic Expressions Quiz

- Order of Operations (Syntax), Simplifying Expressions, Signed Numbers - Algebraic Exressions Quiz

- Order of Operations (Syntax), Writing & Interpreting Algebraic Expressions - Take It or Leave It EXPRESSIONS Review Quiz

(5 questions - 5 grades, Keep the grade or Retake it to try to improve it.)

- Order of Operations (Syntax), Writing & Interpreting Algebraic Expressions

- Basic Equations Quiz

- Solving equations by undoing up to 4 operations - Intermediate Equations Quiz

- Solving word problems & writing equations - Advanced Equations Quiz

- Solving equations including those with more advanced operations - Take It or Leave It EQUATIONS Review Quiz

(5 questions - 5 grades, Keep the grade or Retake it to try to improve it.)

- Order of Operations (Syntax), Writing & Interpreting Algebraic Expressions

- Basic Graphing Quiz

- Point-plotting & graphing & naming lines and curves - Intermediate Graphing Quiz

- More graphing & naming lines and curves - Systems Quiz

- Solving Systems of Linear Equations - Take It or Leave It GRAPHING Review Quiz

(5 questions - 5 grades, Keep the grade or Retake it to try to improve it.)

- Order of Operations (Syntax), Writing & Interpreting Algebraic Expressions

- Polynomial Quiz

- Monomial & polynomial computation - Factoring Quiz

- Factoring polynomials & using factoring to solv equations - Geometry Quiz

- Naming, Drawing, Completing algebraic computation involving these figures

- Arithmetic Expressions Quiz

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