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  • Decide which of two values is bigger

    The student has to compute $a^b$ and $b^a$, then decide which of the two is bigger.

    This question shows how to set up a custom marking matrix for the "choose one from a list" part, based on values used elsewhere in the question. It could use adaptive marking to use the student's incorrect values for the comparison, but doesn't at the moment.

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    Last modified 06/08/2018 09:56

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  • Scientific notation - both significand and exponent must be correct

    by Picture of Christian Lawson-Perfect Christian Lawson-Perfect and 1 other

    The student must enter a number in scientific notation, with separate boxes for significand and exponent. They only get the marks if both elements are correct.

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    Last modified 01/08/2018 09:39

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  • All gaps must be correct

    An all-or-nothing marking scheme for a gap-fill part: the student must answer every gap correctly to get all the marks. If any gap is incorrect they get 0 marks for the whole part.

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    Last modified 31/07/2018 08:52

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  • Award marks only if all correct choices are ticked

    This question contains a "choose several answers" part which has an "all-or-nothing" mark scheme: the student is only awarded marks if they tick all of the correct choices, and no incorrect choices.

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    Last modified 23/07/2018 08:20

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  • Manipulate a GeoGebra applet in JavaScript

    This question shows how to load a GeoGebra applet in JavaScript, avoiding the JME functions. This allows you to do some more complicated manipulation of the worksheet than simply redefining objects.

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    Last modified 10/07/2018 08:29

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  • Tick every occurrence of the lowest number in a list

    A randomly generated list of numbers is shown to the student. They must tick every occurrence of the lowest number. The number of occurrences isn't always the same - sometimes the minimum is unique and sometimes it is repeated. The map function makes it easy to construct a marking matrix.

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  • Sort a list of lists by a particular key

    Defines a custom function sort_by to sort a list of lists by the elements at the given index.

    You could do a similar thing to sort lists of dictionaries.

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  • Pad with leading zeros

    Shows how to use the JME function lpad to add zeros to the beginning of a number so it's always displayed using two digits.

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    Last modified 03/01/2018 13:02

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  • Custom marking script for "choose one from a list"

    A very simple example of a custom marking script for a "choose one from a list" part

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    Last modified 28/09/2017 12:24

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  • Display a mixed fraction

    Display a fraction, given as a numerator and a denominator, as a mixed fraction when appropriate.

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