A for effort, I guess?
Actually did this on a practice test in algebra and it was peer graded so the girl grading mine was so confused when she saw I had the right answer but like half the work was wrong lol
I always had some trouble with math so understand them I made my own things to get to the solution and the teacher graded it wrong even tho the answer was correct.
I know this isn’t the most important thing right now but why does the handwriting manage to transition from neat print to loose cursive over the course of one word
i've done the wrong equation formula, but then messed up when solving that anyways, and ended up getting the right answer anyways
If that ain’t me-
I guess two wrongs really do make a right
I’ve done this before! The student teacher went to a really good college that is hard to get into and was looking at my problem and was like “your answer is right and your problem is right but how did you get it?” And I was like idk I just kinda did the problem? And he literally looked at his notes and took my paper cause he was so confused at how I got a more precise answer then him
That happened to me in calc last year. I forgot two different negatives, making my answer correct😂
Parents when they get another kid cause the first was a disappointment
His handwriting gradually turns to cursive