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> Using Addition And Subtraction Symbols With Constants
Posted: May 4 2010, 06:11 PM

One of the concerns that pops up in this forum is how to get the constant term to have a + or - symbol when the value of the constant is 1. I addressed that concern in the ExamView Dynamic Content and Algorithms forum. Attached is a sample question that has my solution to that problem.

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