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Combining like terms with distribution - Correct response not accepted #30138

KhanBugz opened this Issue Sep 14, 2012 · 0 comments

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the solution for this problem is 12b or 12b+0. I've submitted that several times and cannot pass to the next question.


Answer timeline

[["12b + 0"],["12b"]]

Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_7_3) AppleWebKit/534.55.3 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1.5 Safari/534.55.3

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@beneater beneater added a commit that closed this issue Sep 18, 2012
@beneater beneater Handle case in combining_like_terms_2 where constant terms simplify to 0
fix #26874; fix #29882; fix #29943; fix #29949; fix #29964; fix #29969;
fix #30088; fix #30091; fix #30108; fix #30118; fix #30138; fix #30177;
fix #30205; fix #30257; fix #30258; fix #30276; fix #30279; fix #30280

Previously, the last hint would show something like "-24a + 0" and the regex
answer would expect you to type "-24a0". This fixes the final hint to show just
"-24a" and the answer regex expects "-24a"

Test Plan:
Tested these problematic seeds outside devappserver (before and after the fix):

Reviewers: stephanie

Reviewed By: stephanie

Differential Revision:
@beneater beneater closed this in 8183d56 Sep 18, 2012
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