I need help with this rask, I completed most of it and here is the comments from grading;
Articulation of Response (clarity, organization, mechanics)  

(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

The candidate provides unsatisfactory articulation of response.

The candidate provides weak articulation of response.

The candidate provides limited articulation of response.

The candidate provides adequate articulation of response.

The candidate provides substantial articulation of response.

Criterion Score: 3.00 

A1. Comparison Problem  
(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

The candidate does not provide an appropriate cost comparison problem that can be solved according to the task instructions that follow by supplementing the chosen scenario with additional information.

The candidate provides an appropriate cost comparison problem that can be solved according to the task instructions that follow by supplementing the chosen scenario with additional information, with no detail.

The candidate provides an appropriate cost comparison problem that can be solved according to the task instructions that follow by supplementing the chosen scenario with additional information, with limited detail.

The candidate provides an appropriate cost comparison problem that can be solved according to the task instructions that follow by supplementing the chosen scenario with additional information, with adequate detail.

The candidate provides an appropriate cost comparison problem that can be solved according to the task instructions that follow by supplementing the chosen scenario with additional information, with substantial detail.

Criterion Score: 4.00 Comments on this criterion: The problem of determining the cost of parking for the new job is detailed.


A2. Needs of the Hypothetical Customer  
(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

The candidate does not provide a logical explanation of the needs of the hypothetical consumer.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with no support, of the needs of the hypothetical consumer.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with limited support, of the needs of the hypothetical consumer.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with adequate support, of the needs of the hypothetical consumer.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with substantial support, of the needs of the hypothetical consumer.

Criterion Score: 4.00 

A3. Options  
(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of the 2 cost options that are being considered.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no detail, of the 2 cost options that are being considered.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited detail, of the 2 cost options that are being considered.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate detail, of the 2 cost options that are being considered.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial detail, of the 2 cost options that are being considered.

Criterion Score: 4.00 

B1. Algebraic Equations  
(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

The candidate does not develop an accurate algebraic equation(s) with clearly defined variables to represent the cost of each option.

The candidate develops an accurate algebraic equation(s), with no definition of the variables, to represent the cost of each option.

The candidate develops an accurate algebraic equation(s), with limited definition of the variables, to represent the cost of each option.

The candidate develops an accurate algebraic equation(s), with adequate definition of the variables, to represent the cost of each option.

The candidate develops an accurate algebraic equation(s), with substantial definition of the variables, to represent the cost of each option.

Criterion Score: 0.00 Comments on this criterion: Errors are present in the equations. The equations are currently incorrect based on the definition of the variables. Either the variable definitions or the equation can be changed, both methods will be valid.
The final work should contain two equations with consistently defined variables; otherwise a valid break even point cannot be determined algebraically. Additionally, be sure the equations represent the actual cost rather than a predicted cost bases on assumption about variable elements. 

B2. Reasoning  
(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

The candidate does not provide a logical explanation of the reasoning process used to translate the written description of each cost option into algebraic equations.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with no support, of the reasoning process used to translate the written description of each cost option into algebraic equations.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with limited support, of the reasoning process used to translate the written description of each cost option into algebraic equations.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with adequate support, of the reasoning process used to translate the written description of each cost option into algebraic equations.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with substantial support, of the reasoning process used to translate the written description of each cost option into algebraic equations.

Criterion Score: 0.00 Comments on this criterion: Revised descriptions will be required as a valid system of equations is developed.


B3. Equation Solution  
(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

The candidate does not accurately solve the system of equations algebraically to determine where the 2 cost options are equivalent, showing all work.

The candidate accurately solves the system of equations algebraically to determine where the 2 cost options are equivalent, showing no work.

The candidate accurately solves the system of equations algebraically to determine where the 2 cost options are equivalent, showing limited amounts of work.

The candidate accurately solves the system of equations algebraically to determine where the 2 cost options are equivalent, showing adequate amounts of work.

The candidate accurately solves the system of equations algebraically to determine where the 2 cost options are equivalent, showing substantial amounts of work.

Criterion Score: 0.00 Comments on this criterion: The work demonstrates an understanding of the required solution method. However, the work will change as the equations are revised.


B3a. Algebraic Solution  
(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

The candidate does not provide a logical explanation of each step used to solve the system of equations.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with no detail, of each step used to solve the system of equations.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with limited detail, of each step used to solve the system of equations.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with adequate detail, of each step used to solve the system of equations.

The candidate provides a logical explanation, with substantial detail, of each step used to solve the system of equations.

Criterion Score: 0.00 Comments on this criterion: The steps will require revision as the process is revised.


C. Graphical Representation of Cost Options  
(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

The candidate does not provide an accurate graphic depiction of the realworld problem on a single graph, within a spreadsheet application using integrated graphing tools.

The candidate provides an accurate graphic depiction of the realworld problem, with no detail, on a single graph, within a spreadsheet application using integrated graphing tools.

The candidate provides an accurate graphic depiction of the realworld problem, with limited detail, on a single graph, within a spreadsheet application using integrated graphing tools.

The candidate provides an accurate graphic depiction of the realworld problem, on a single graph, within a spreadsheet application using integrated graphing tools.

The candidate provides an accurate graphic depiction of the realworld problem, with substantial detail, on a single graph, within a spreadsheet application using integrated graphing tools.

Criterion Score: 0.00 Comments on this criterion: The accuracy of the graph will be based on revisions to the equations. Errors are present in the presentation of at least one of the functions.
Additionally, the revised graph must be submitted as an .xls, .xlsx or .ods file. The mechanics of creating the graph using the graphical features of these problems must be available to make a full assessment. 

D. DecisionMaking Process  
(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of a decisionmaking process that is based on both mathematical reasoning and nonfinancial, or situational, considerations.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no support, of a decisionmaking process that is based on both mathematical reasoning and nonfinancial, or situational, considerations.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited support, of a decisionmaking process that is based on both mathematical reasoning and nonfinancial, or situational, considerations.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate support, of a decisionmaking process that is based on both mathematical reasoning and nonfinancial, or situational, considerations.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial support, of a decisionmaking process that is based on both mathematical reasoning and nonfinancial, or situational, considerations.

Criterion Score: 1.00 Comments on this criterion: The decision making process will be based on revised mathematical and graphical work.
The consideration of days in which parking will not be needed will be valid in the final decision making process. 

D1. Final Recommendation  
(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of the final recommendation that states the option that most closely meets the consumer’s financial needs and nonfinancial considerations.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no detail, final recommendation that states the option that most closely meets the consumer’s financial needs and nonfinancial considerations.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited detail, final recommendation that states the option that most closely meets the consumer’s financial needs and nonfinancial considerations.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate detail, final recommendation that states the option that most closely meets the consumer’s financial needs and nonfinancial considerations.

The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial detail, final recommendation that states the option that most closely meets the consumer’s financial needs and nonfinancial considerations.

Criterion Score: 0.00 Comments on this criterion: This aspect cannot be fully assessed until the mathematical work is revised and interpreted.


E. Sources  
(0) Unsatisfactory

(1) Does Not Meet Standard

(2) Minimally Competent

(3) Competent

(4) Highly Competent

When the candidate uses sources, the candidate does not provide intext citations and/or references.

When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides only some intext citations and/or references.

When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides appropriate intext citations and/or references with major deviations from APA style.

When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides appropriate intext citations and/or references with minor deviations from APA style.

When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides appropriate intext citations and/or references with no readily detectable deviations from APA style, OR the candidate does not use sources.

Criterion Score: 4.00 
Subject  Mathematics 
Due By (Pacific Time)  04/03/2013 11:00 am 
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