Most printers will print almost exactly what appears on the computer screen. If possible, try another printer. If you can not use a different printer or it still prints blurry, let me know and I'll mail you are clearly printed page.
Love this but have told my students that variables in algebra are lower case and in geometry so, for example,on page 26 I wish the variables were lower case. Small and insignificant but my students will notice and say something :)
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Patricia Allen (TpT Seller) re: Circles: Segments, Arcs, Chords, Angles, and more.
I am writing in regards to your "Circles:Segments, Arcs, Chords, Angles and more". I am having difficulty getting a good print. Everything is blurry and practically unreadable. I have downloaded the latest version of Acrobat reader but it didn't help. What can I do to correct the problem? I too would like to see the Major arc identified with three points instead of just two.
Thanks so much for your help and I look forward to hearing from you. Dianne Allen
I'm sorry to hear you're having printing problems. Under normal circumstances what you see on the computer screen should be the same as what's printed. I recommend that you print from another available printer. If you are unable to do this or it still is blurry, let me know and I will mail you a printed clear copy.
April 15, 2013
sheripoulter re: Algebra: Probability
Thanks so much for this free download! Do you have an answer key for it?
weatherly219 re: Step By Step Algebra Basics (82 pages!)
Your math products look very impressive. I struggle to make the tests I use in my classroom look professional. What software do you use to create coordinate graphs. Several sites suggest I use Excel, but I find it distorts the grids when printing. I have been hired by my school system to create a diagnostic test for pre-algebra and I need a good source for creating linear and non-linear functions graphs. I can create them by hand, but I would like to try to make them using software. What program would you suggest?
And I am curious, what is SAVE? Is it a remediation math program?
Don't worry, I will never be competition for your sales. I'm not nearly that good at this.
thanks for any help/advise.
May 28, 2012
Lura Milner (TpT Seller) re: Circles: Segments, Arcs, Chords, Angles, and more.
Hello - I am writing regarding your "Circles: Segments, Arcs, Chords, Angles and more". I have found a few inconsistencies - and wanted to let you know. This way you could fix them if you would like before I give a rating.
Pg 2 - Is there an answer document for this page? I see the answers at the end - but they do not appear to be for the Page 2 exercises.
Pg 3 - Major arc - is it possible to do the identification of the major arc with three points instead of just two? This way we can distinguish between the major and minor arcs in name (a general convention)
Also, the figure at the bottom right - there are two points labeled "R". This makes it confusing for the students.
Pg 4 - the figure for Part C - Is it possible to have letters to identify all of the points of intersection of the segments and the circle? When the students are identifying the two arcs that correspond with angle GPL - there is not an identifying letter for the minor arc intersection.
Thank you so much - I appreciate all of your hard work and look forward to giving you a full four star rating...
If you prefer not to make these changes - just let me know - and I will submit my rating at that time.
R Frazer (TpT Seller) re: Step By Step Algebra Basics (82 pages!)
Hi, in case my other message didn't go through....I purchased your step-by-step algebra packet and it is awesome. Please let me know when you have any additional work to add. I would like to see something on LCD as well as anything fraction related! Please email me when it is ready, I would like to purchase. Thanks:)
If I decide to continue my work I'll certainly let u know.
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August 7, 2010
MP re: Step By Step Algebra Basics (82 pages!)
I purchased your "Step by Step Algebra Basics" and would like to know if you have an answer key. I look forward to the completion of this packet can you notify me so I can purchase. I teach high school SDC students and this step by step is perfect. Thank you
January 26, 2010
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