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Thread: I'm testing out of Geometry, can someone double check my work for a pretest I did?

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    I'm testing out of Geometry, can someone double check my work for a pretest I did?

    Work is sloppy but probably readable

    Let me know if Google Drive link doesn't work
    I'd prefer it if you wrote over my own work

    Someone please check I'd rather have someone check half of it than none because I need to test out :/
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9A...ew?usp=sharing
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    Re: I'm testing out of Geometry, can someone double check my work for a pretest I did

    It's my understanding that a post like this is not appropriate for MHF. If this is a pretest, you should have an answer key available.

    I didn't read the whole test, but your answer to 3 is incorrect (read left to right), and for 11 and 12, I think you're figuring the slope, whereas the question asks for the length. 28, 29 and 30 are perfectly good questions and you should answer them.

    That's already more than I should say.
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