# June 2010 Integrated Algebra Regents 1 – 3

1. (4) {H,P,S}.

The Set + Its Complement should combine to make everything (the universe). With no overlap. They kind of imply that set U is everything, the universe, but don’t really, which bothers me a little.

2. (4) 30

Cheddar with mustard, whole wheat

Cheddar with ketchup, whole wheat

Cheddar with mustard, rye

Cheddar with ketchup, rye

Cheddar with mustard, cinnamon raisin

Cheddar with ketchup, cinnamon raisin

That’s 6 for cheddar, then 6 more for Swiss, etc. 2 x 3 x 5 = 30 (multiplication principle)

3. (3)

Add like terms.

I like checking by plugging in 10: (4620 – 3) + (3300 – 55) = (7920 – 58).

Some people check by plugging in 1, but that’s dicier: (4 + 6 + 2 – 3) + (3 + 3 – 5 – 5)…. that’s 9 + 2, and only one answer gives 11.

All right so far

In the integrated algebra open ended questions ido you get partial credit if you showed appropiate correct work but got the wrong answer.

In the integrated algebra open ended questions ido you get partial credit if you showed appropiate correct work but you get an incorrect answer.

Yup, you can have the wrong answer and still get #3/4 pts. if you do all the right work.

Are they going to curve the grades?

The state gives the grades

What do you mean?

The Regents exams are made by the state not the teachers.

The state will tell the teachers what the grades are for the number of questions a student gets correct. The teachers can not give you a different grade than what the state says you should get.

Oooo thanx I’m sad I got #30 wrong and lost 3 pts and I got everything else rite so I could’ve gotten 100 ;-(

Same! Because a lot of people missed that it said to find the profit…

I thought the algebra regents this year was extremely easy.

i found out my math A june regents grade from my teacher and i got a 93

my teacher told me i got a 93 on the regents