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#61
09-18-2018, 03:16 PM
 Abelian Grape Meme-ber                         Meme-ber CAS Join Date: Jul 2014 Favorite beer: Allagash Curieux Posts: 42,552

you'd have to draw xzibit
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#62
09-18-2018, 03:25 PM
 amp019372 Member CAS Join Date: Aug 2017 Location: Columbus, OH Studying for 7 College: B.S. University of TN, M.S. Ohio State Favorite beer: Spotted Cow Posts: 589

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 Originally Posted by Abelian Grape you'd have to draw xzibit
If there was a show called pimp my CAS exam, I'd watch it.
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#63
09-18-2018, 04:04 PM
 MightySchoop Member CAS AAA Join Date: Aug 2009 Location: Insula Primalis Posts: 7,220

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 Originally Posted by Canadiens Fan If a question's sub-section has sub-sections of its own, how do you separate your answers? Example, 1. a) (i), (ii), (iii) Which of the following ways do you answer? A. Write "1. a)" in the top left corner of an answer sheet B. Write "1. a) (i)," 1. a) (ii) and so on on three different answer sheets C. Write "1. a) (i), (ii) and (iii)" in the top left corner of an answer sheet D. None of the above Thanks
If question 1 has parts a and b, and a is further broken down into i. ii, and iii

You put 1 at the top of the sheet, in the blank provided for the question number. This is very important.

beyond that it doesn't matter, as long as it is clearly labeled which section of your response goes with which subpart.

I would write "a" at the top left corner, "i" immediately beneath it, answer part i using as many lines as necessary, then skip one line, write ii, and do the same until I complete all parts of a, then move on to b. I would not use additional answer sheets until I filled up the first one.
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#64
09-18-2018, 05:00 PM
 Marcie Member CAS Join Date: Feb 2015 Posts: 9,774

Quote:
 Originally Posted by MightySchoop If question 1 has parts a and b, and a is further broken down into i. ii, and iii You put 1 at the top of the sheet, in the blank provided for the question number. This is very important. beyond that it doesn't matter, as long as it is clearly labeled which section of your response goes with which subpart. I would write "a" at the top left corner, "i" immediately beneath it, answer part i using as many lines as necessary, then skip one line, write ii, and do the same until I complete all parts of a, then move on to b. I would not use additional answer sheets until I filled up the first one.

Just to be clear: each subpart does not need its own answer sheet.
#65
09-19-2018, 10:37 AM
 angryleslieknope Member CAS Join Date: Apr 2016 Studying for 6 College: Roll Tide Posts: 299

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 Originally Posted by amp019372 If there was a show called pimp my CAS exam, I'd watch it.
Yo I heard you liked development triangles, so we put a development triangle in your development triangle!
#66
09-19-2018, 10:39 AM
 Abelian Grape Meme-ber                         Meme-ber CAS Join Date: Jul 2014 Favorite beer: Allagash Curieux Posts: 42,552

WHY ARE YOU SHOUTING IN THE TITLE
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#67
09-19-2018, 12:24 PM
 Canadiens Fan Member SOA Join Date: Oct 2013 Location: Canada Studying for DMAC Favorite beer: Blue Moon Belgian White Posts: 4,788

Quote:
 Originally Posted by MightySchoop If question 1 has parts a and b, and a is further broken down into i. ii, and iii You put 1 at the top of the sheet, in the blank provided for the question number. This is very important. beyond that it doesn't matter, as long as it is clearly labeled which section of your response goes with which subpart. I would write "a" at the top left corner, "i" immediately beneath it, answer part i using as many lines as necessary, then skip one line, write ii, and do the same until I complete all parts of a, then move on to b. I would not use additional answer sheets until I filled up the first one.
Thanks