I want to provide solution explanations for math questions in the College Board's SAT Blue Book and other books and exams. They do not provide answers, but I was wondering if I was able to copy down the question and provide solutions to these questions without having to face copyright infringement. Is this legal?
I'm quite sure that would be a copyright violation. Check the verso of the book (the page behind the title page) and see what it says about copyright.
Is it a question that is likely to be asked by real people in real life?
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