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- Application of a reasonable strategy in the context of the problem is indicated.
- Explanation
^{1}of and/or justification^{2}for the mathematical process(es) used to solve a problem is clear, developed, and logical. - Connections and/or extensions made within mathematics or outside of mathematics are clear.
- Supportive information and/or numbers are provided as appropriate.
^{3}
- Partial application of a strategy in the context of the problem is indicated.
- Explanation
^{1}of and/or justification^{2}for the mathematical process(es) used to solve a problem is partially developed, logically flawed, or missing. - Connections and/or extensions made within mathematics or outside of mathematics are partial or overly general, or flawed.
- Supportive information and/or numbers may or may not be provided as appropriate.
^{3}
Note 1:
Note 2:
Note 3: Students need to complete rubric criteria for as cued for in a given problem.extensionsNote 4: Merely an exact copy or paraphrase of the problem will receive a score of "0". Rubric Document Date: August 2003 /share/rubrics/msa/mathematics/xml/bcr.xml |

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