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did you get to open the doument
will you be able to help me
I don't know! :/ What to do with that picture?
|dw:1377812190737:dw| That picture looks like this? But what the question is??
the question is how many square are in the his 2×2 grid
4 isn't it?
i put that and it say it is wrong
Although the figure does include four, small 1×1 squares, there is also the one larger 2×2 square.
that is what it says
Hmm it should be 5??
why 5 can you explain
why would the anwere be 5 can you explain please
youu count the grid too
can you help with one more
but the is a question
I can try only!
Multiple-choice questions have a special grading rule determined by your instructor. Assume that your instructor has decided to grade these questions in the following way: If you submit an incorrect answer to a multiple-choice question with n options, you will lose 1/(n−1) of the credit for that question. Just like the similar multiple-choice penalty on most standardized tests, this rule is necessary to prevent random guessing. If a multiple-choice question has five answer choices and you submit one wrong answer before getting the question correct, how much credit will you lose for that part of the question?
oh i got .25
is that corect
I think so! Ask someone else!
ok thanks bye