Are teachers allowed to not say that no solution is an option for graphing questions and then expect no solution?
On a test, there was a question that said to graph the info. I tried writing the equation using the given info but realized that it wasn't possible. I did not know that no solution was an option since the instructions said just to graph, so I ended up drawing a random graph. Many other students did the same thing. The teacher claimed it was like a homework question when none of the homework questions from the entire chapter involved graphing and had no solution as an answer.