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  • A Massachusetts high school is coming under fire after students were given a math problem referring to the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

    Parents were outraged after students at Newburyport High School received an algebra problem on their homework that made reference to one of the doomed planes.

    The text of the question was shared on social media:

    "Flight 175, one of the 9/11 planes, was traveling at 586 miles per hour when it hit the World Trade Center. It had traveled a distance of 440 miles before impact. How many minutes was the plane in the air?"

    School superintendent Susan Viccaro said the assignment was not meant to disrespectful to victims.

    "This was an exercise of poor judgment by the educator who intended to use the historical event as a mechanism to engage students in a thoughtful discussion," Viccaro told Boston television station WFXT.

    Some parents said it was made worse by the fact Thomas Pecorelli, a Newburyport High School alumni, was killed on Flight 11.

    "Out of thousands of examples you could use in math, this is not one you should use in math," Angela Wadleigh, Pecorelli's sister, told the station.

    Wadleigh said the teacher owes her and other 9/11 families an apology.

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