These are submissions I received that didn’t seem to fit the criteria. This isn’t to say they’re great problems. This isn’t to say that I’d throw water on any of these problems if they were on fire. This isn’t to say that they’ve even represented or examined their context well, just that the context itself isn’t pseudocontext.
McDougal Litell’s Math Course 1:
McGraw-Hill’s Total Math – Grade 6:
Bill goes to a farm and sees cows and chickens. He counts 6 heads and 18 legs. How many of each animal does he see?
Haese and Harris Mathematics for the International Student.:
McGraw-Hill’s Algebra 1:
EdExcel International’s Longman Mathematics for IGCSE Book 1:
Scotland National Examination:
Australian Year 12 Exam:
Pearson’s Algebra 2: