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Exam (4 questions) in Newcastle University Computing for MathematicsSome examples of Numbas questions used in computing modules in the School of Mathematics, Statistics & Physics at Newcastle University

Question in Newcastle University Computing for Mathematics
Download a file and scan the values into R to obtain a numeric vector of values. Then use R to explore your numeric vector in order to find the answers to these questions.

Question in Newcastle University Computing for Mathematics
SPSS fat absorption question. Student downloads one of several SPSS files and carries out some analysis in SPSS, before returning to enter the answers. The analysis is a oneway analysis of variance. If there is a difference in the levels of the factor then a post hoc test (Tukey's honestly significant difference) is used to determine which pairs of variables are significantly different.

Question in Newcastle University Computing for Mathematics
This question takes in a json file containing a tv data frame in the R package ncldata (https://rdrr.io/rforge/ncldata/).

Question in Newcastle University Sports Science
Sample of size $24$ is given in a table. Find sample mean, sample standard deviation, sample median and the interquartile range.

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Given random set of data (between 13 and 23 numbers all less than 100), find their stemandleaf plot.
This version of the question asks for 10 fields to be filled rather than the full 25, although the question statement asks for 25. I am sure that the first version asked for all 25. 
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Sort a list of numbers into "prime" or "composite".

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Convert from km to metres and miles, and miles to km.

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Convert a height given in feet and inches into cm and then metres.

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Convert figures for car engine sizes between cc (cm^3), litres, and m^3.

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Convert weights of babies between kg and lb and oz.

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Solving 2nd order differential equation for pendulum, with and without damping.

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Drag a point into a square!

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Drag a point into the specified quadrant. Uses jsxgraph

Question in Chris's workspaceBasic example of the Eukleides extension

Question in Newcastle University Sports Science
LSD and Tukey yardsticks on three treatments. Also oneway Anova test on same set of data.

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KruskalWallis test with ties.

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Template question. The student is asked to perform a two factor ANOVA to test the null hypotheses that the measurement does not depend on each of the factors, and that there is no interaction between the factors.

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LSD and Tukey yardsticks on five treatments. Also twoway Anova test on same set of data.

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Template question. The student is asked to perform a two factor ANOVA to test the null hypotheses that the measurement does not depend on each of the factors, and that there is no interaction between the factors.

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Oneway ANOVA example

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KruskalWallis test with ties.

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LSD and Tukey yardsticks on five treatments. Also twoway Anova test on same set of data.

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LSD and Tukey yardsticks on three treatments. Also oneway Anova test on same set of data.

Question in Newcastle University Sports Science
Paired ttest to see if there is a difference between times taken to complete a task.

Question in Newcastle University Sports Science
Two sample ttest to see if there is a difference between scores on questions between two groups when the questions are asked in a different order.

Exam (2 questions) in Newcastle University Sports Science
6 questions which introduce the user to the Numbas system.

Exam (4 questions) in Newcastle University Sports Science
Questions on presenting data in charts or tables.

Exam (3 questions) in Newcastle University Sports Science
Questions on the subtleties and pitfalls of methods of data collection.

Exam (4 questions) in Newcastle University Sports Science
Calculate and work with measures of central tendency such as mean, median and mode, and measures of spread such as range and standard deviation.