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  • Mark equations

    by Picture of Christian Lawson-Perfect Christian Lawson-Perfect and 2 others

    All the answers in this question are equations. In order to mark each equation, Numbas needs to pick some values that satisfy the equation and some that don't, and check that the student's answer agrees with the expected answer.

    Any equation with the same solution set as the expected answer will be marked correct.

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    Last modified 16/08/2019 12:31

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  • Custom marking - answer is a set

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

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  • Numbas demo: JME part

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

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    Last modified 14/06/2019 13:41

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  • Demo of "pattern to match" restriction

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

    This question contains many examples of mathematical expression parts which require the student to enter their in a certain form, which is marked by applying a "pattern to match" restriction.

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    Last modified 20/05/2019 08:20

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  • Problem solving in GCSE mathematics q 37

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

    Taken from question 37 of the book Problem Solving in GCSE Mathematics by Daniel Griller.

    Given bearings and lengths of two straight lines, work out the bearing and distance back to the starting point.

    A Eukleides diagram shows the setup visually.

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    Last modified 09/05/2019 15:24

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  • Dividing equilateral triangles equally

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

    Three equilateral triangles are divided equally into 3, 4 and 5 parts respectively. Calculate the distance between two marked points.

    Based on a puzzle by Catriona Shearer, shared on Twitter.

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    Last modified 09/05/2019 12:59

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  • Eukleides extension

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

    A couple of questions demonstrating the use of the Eukleides extension to create geometrical drawings.

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    Last modified 09/05/2019 12:53

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  • Numbas v4.0

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

    Some questions demonstrating new features in Numbas v4.0: pattern-matching, inference of variable types in mathematical expression parts, and marking equations.

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    Last modified 09/05/2019 11:45

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  • Avogadro's number

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

    The student is asked to give the Avogadro constant in scientific form, calculate the mass of a number of moles of carbon, in grams, and then calculate the number of molecules in that mass.

    This is a demonstration of the high-precision decimal arithmetic in Numbas v4.0.

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    Last modified 09/05/2019 11:44

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