Monday, 20 January 2014

Review: Topic 1

I would like everyone to review through the following workings done by your fellow schoolmates. In each case, you are required to state what went wrong and provide a solution.

QUESTIONS TO PONDER:

  1. Has the student answered to the question? If not, what's wrong in the way the answer is presented?
  2. Is the overall working clearly presented to demonstrate the student knows what he/she needs to find? If not, how could the working/ presentation be improved?


Case 1:


Case 2:


Case 3:


Case 4:


Case 5:



Remember to state CASE NUMBER, PROBLEM & SOLUTION for each question here. I will only allow ONE comment from each student.

21 comments:

  1. Case 1
    Problem: The answer is not in index notation.
    Solution: Read the question properly next time and don't make the same mistake again.

    Case 2
    Problem: There is no presentation of answers.
    Solution: Write: The factors of 8008 in index notation are ... #

    Case 3
    Problem: There is no '#' at the back of the answer.
    Solution: Put a '#' next time.

    Case 4
    Problem: The student put 'Ans'.
    Solution: Do not put 'Ans' the next time.

    Case 5
    Problem: There is no '#' at the back of the answer.
    Solution: Put a '#' at the back of the answer next time.

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  2. case1
    the answer should have been index notation he can correct it by seeing the numbers at left of the L
    case2
    there is no hashtag,underline or answer statement to signify which is the answer
    case3
    he need not have put brackets and just times it and he did not have a hash
    case4
    he need not have used brackets and should have used a hash
    case5
    he could have used a hash instead of a line

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  3. Case 1
    The answers are not expressed in index-notation
    Case 2
    Answers are not expressed in index notation correctly
    Ans:8008 =....
    Case 3
    There is no signs /symbol that allows the marker to know that number is the answer
    Case 4:
    He should have placed hashtag or underline
    Case 5:
    He should have hashtag his answer

    Marcus

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  4. Case 1:
    The answer should have been in index notation.
    Case 2:
    The answer is not presented properly
    Case 3:
    There should be some indication of which is the answer, like a hashtag.
    Case 4:
    Instead of writing an answer statement, he/she can just put a hashtag beside the answer.
    Case 5:
    There should be clear indication of the answer and not just an underline.

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  5. Case 1: The answer should be in index notation.
    Case 2: The answer is not presented properly.
    Case 3: Presentation of answer is wrong. He/She should have put the hashtag at the back of the answer.
    Case 4: He/She should have put a hashtag at the back of the answer instead of 'Ans:'
    Case 5: Instead of underlining the answer, he/she should have put a hashtag.

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  6. Case 1: The student listed down the composite factors as well as the prime factors.
    Case 2: The answer is not in proper index notation.
    Case 3: There are brackets which will mess up the order of the operations.
    Case 4: The brackets will mess up the order of operations.
    Case 5: The prime factors should be listed in ascending order.

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  7. Case 1
    Problem:The answer is not in index notation
    Solution: Put the answer in index notation

    Case 2
    Problem:The answer is not presented
    Solution:The answer should be presented

    Case 3
    Problem:There is no multiply sign and the answer was not correctly shown
    Solution:Put a X there and underline or # the answer

    Case 4
    Problem:There is brackets in the answer
    Solution:He should remove the brackets

    Case 5
    Problem:There is no #
    Solution:He should put a # at his answer

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  8. Case 1:
    Problem: The answer is not presented in index notation.
    Solution: Put the answer in index notation.

    Case 2:
    Problem: The answer is not presented properly.
    Solution: Indicate which number is the answer.

    Case 3:
    Problem: There is no indication of which the number is a answer.
    Solution: He/She could have put a # to signify which number is the answer.

    Case 4:
    Problem: The answer was presented very long-winded.
    Solution: He/She could have just put a # sign behind the answer.

    Case 5:
    Problem: There was no # in the answer.
    Solution: Put a # behind the answer.

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  9. Case 1:
    Problem: The student used ",".
    Solution: The student should have used "x".
    Case 2:
    Problem: Which is HCF or LCM.
    Solution: Present it as (HCF of _ & LCM of _)
    Case 3:
    Problem: Did not place "x"
    Solution: Should have done that
    Case 4:
    Problem: Very vague
    Solution: Specify whose factors are those
    Case 5:
    Problem: is it HCF or LCM
    Solution: present correctly

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  10. Case 1: The answer should be in index notation.

    Case 2: The answer does not have a hash .


    Case 3: The answer should not have a bracket

    Case 4: The answer has a bracket and a 'ANS' when it should have a hash instead.

    Case 5: The answer should have a hash

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  11. Case 1
    -The answer should be expressed in the index notation form
    Case 2
    -The student did not write the symbol '#' to show that that is his final answer
    Case 3
    -The student did not write the symbol '#' to show that that is his final answer
    Case 4
    -He could simplify his way of answering from writing a 'ans:' to a simple '#' to show that that is his answer,his final answer
    Case 5
    -The student did not write the symbol '#' to show that that is his final answer

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  12. Case 1
    Problem: The student did not only take the prime factors on the left of the list but instead the students also took the factor on the right which is not a prime number
    Solution: The student must take the factor on the left as it is a prime number .
    Case 2
    Problems: Although the student had completed his working and that is his/her final answer , the student did not leave a # at the end of the answer the student gave .
    Solution: The student should have done that to show that that is the answer or else the teachers could mistake it as half done
    Case 3
    Problem: There should not have been the bracket for 5x7.
    Solution: The Student should have wrote the equation out without the bracket
    Case 4
    Problem: The student should have simplified the answer without the bracket and the student need not put the Ans
    Solution: Simplify the answer and instead of Ans just put a #
    Case 5
    Problem: The student underlined the answer which is supposed to be a #
    Solution: Just leave a # instead of underlining.

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  13. Case 1:
    -The student did not draw the bottom of the L and workings are not written clearly.

    Case 2:
    -The answer is not in index notation.

    Case 3:
    -The presentation of the answer has no x in between the 3 2 and the 5x7

    Case 4:
    -answer presentation is wrong . it should be in index notation.

    Case 5:
    -working presentation is incorrect base of L should not protrude out.

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  14. Case 1:
    Problem-Student's presentation of 'L' format is wrong. Answer is not in index notation and working is messy.
    Solution- Write neatly and do read the question properly. Also, Draw the 'L' format properly.

    Case 2:
    Problem- Did not state the answer.
    Solution- State answer next time with a hashtag.

    Case 3:
    Problem-Did not show where is the answer.
    Solution- Add and hashtag at the back of the answer.

    Case 4:
    Problem- Answer should be in index notation and he should use hashtag to save time.
    Solution- Take away the brackets and use hashtag instead.

    Case 5:
    Problem- Should use hashtags.
    Conclusion- Add hashtags.

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  15. Case 1:
    Problem:Answer is not in index notation and 'L' format is not correct.
    Solution:The 'L' format should be shown correctly and answer must be in index notation.

    Case 2:
    Problem:There is no presentation of answer.
    Solution:Answer should be shown clearly with a hashtag.

    Case 3:
    Problem:There is no hashtag to show that,that is the answer.
    Solution:He should put a hashtag at the back of his answer.

    Case 4:
    Problem:He should not present his answer as Ans:....
    Solution:He should put a hashtag behind his answer and not Ans:...

    Case 5:
    Problem:He has underlined the answer.
    Solution:He should put a hashtag behind the answer instead of underlining it.

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  16. Case 1
    Problem: the student did not use index notation as part of his number statement
    Solution:after the student write down the repeated division working, he should pen down the index notation.

    Case 2
    Problem:The presentation of the answer is not very clear
    Solution: Underline the answer or put a hash tag at the end of the answer to show it

    Case 3
    Problem:The index notation was not written properly as there is a missing mutiplication sign between the 3 to the power of 2 and the bracket.
    Solution: Write a mutiplication sign there to show that is is multiplying.

    Case 4
    problem:The student used " ans " to represent the answer
    Solution: Use hash tag instead

    Case 5
    Problem: The representation of the answer is wrong as the line may mean that is is a clue or something
    Solution: Use hash tag to represent all the answer

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  17. Case 1: The student did not draw the L properly and did not have a answer (no #)
    he/she should have draw the L properly and put his #
    Case 2: There was no # to show what the answer is
    he/she should have put his #
    Case 3: There is no indication of the answer
    he/she should put a #
    Case 4:The student put ans and did not put 8008=........
    he/she should have put # after 8008........
    Case 5:The student use an underline instead of a #
    he/she should have use #

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  18. Case 1: He should state it in index notation
    Case 2: He should put a # beside the answer to tell which is the final answer
    Case 3: He should state his answer with a # so it could be seen clearly
    Case 4: Instead of putting "ANS:" put "#"
    Case 5: state the ans clearly by writing the HCF or LCM Is.........
    Case 5:

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  19. Case 1
    Problem: The answer is not in index notation
    Solution: Write the answer in index notation and remember that

    Case 2
    Problem: Did not have the right presentation of answers
    Solution: Put "The factors of 8008 in index notation are" in front of the answer

    Case 3
    Problem: Did not indicate which is the answer for that question
    Solution: Put a # under the answer to show that that is the answer for that question

    Case 4
    Problem: The student placed a "ANS:" to show his answer
    Solution: Instead of placing an "ANS", put a # under the answer

    Case 5
    Problem: The student underlined his answer to show that that is his answer
    Solution: Put a # under the answer instead of underlining it

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  20. Case 1:
    Problem: The L method is not drawn properly.He did not answer in index notation.
    Solution: Draw the L method properly and answer in index notation.

    Case 2:
    Problem: Did not state the answer.
    Solution: Mark the answer using a hashtag.

    Case 3
    Problem:Did not state which is the answer.
    Solution: Put a hashtag next to the answer

    Case 4:
    Problem:wrong presentation of answer.
    Solution:Use a hashtag.

    Case 5:
    Problem:There isn't a hashtag and the prime factors should be in ascending order.
    Solution:Use a hashtag and arrange the primes correctly.

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  21. Case 1:
    Problem: Student did not express answer in index notation.
    Solution: Express answer in index notation.

    Case 2:
    Problem: Student did not provide his final answer after working it out.
    Solution: Put a hashtag(#) to indicate that it is the final answer.

    Case 3:
    Problem: Did not indicate that the answer was his final answer.
    Solution: Include a hashtag after deriving your final answer.

    Case 4:
    Problem: Student did not specify which number's factors those are.
    Solution: Write down the number from which the answer is derives from.

    Case 5:
    Problem: The student used an underline instead of "#" or "//"
    Solution: Write the sign which states that it is his/ her final answer.

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