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\n\n// create the x-axis.\nvar xaxis = board.create('line',[[0,0],[1,0]], { strokeColor: 'black', fixed: true});\nvar xticks = board.create('ticks',[xaxis,2],{\n drawLabels: true,\n label: {offset: [-4, -10]},\n minorTicks: 0\n});\n\n// create the y-axis\nvar yaxis = board.create('line',[[0,0],[0,1]], { strokeColor: 'black', fixed: true });\nvar yticks = board.create('ticks',[yaxis,2],{\ndrawLabels: true,\nlabel: {offset: [-20, 0]},\nminorTicks: 0\n});\n\n// create the static line based on the coefficients a and b\nvar line1 = board.create('line',[[0,b],[1,a+b]],{fixed:true, strokeWidth: 1});\n\n// mark the two given points - one on the y-axis, and one at (x2,y2)\nvar p1 = board.create('point',[0,b],{fixed:true, size:3, name: 'P_1', face: 'cross'});\nvar p2 = board.create('point',[x2,y2],{fixed:true, size:3, name: 'P_2', face: 'cross'});\n\n// Now we can do the clever stuff with the student's answer!\n// We'll add a curve to the board which is a plot of a function we provide.\n// That function will parse the student's input and evaluate it.\n\n// The variable studentExpression will store the parsed version of\n// the student's expression.\nvar studentExpression;\n\n// This function evaluates the student's expression at a given point t.\nfunction makestudentline(x){\n // Create a JME scope with the variable x set to the given value.\n var nscope = new Numbas.jme.Scope([\nNumbas.jme.builtinScope,\n{variables: {x: new Numbas.jme.types.TNum(x)}}\n ]);\n \n // If the student's input has been parsed, evaluate it\n if(studentExpression) {\ntry {\n var val = Numbas.jme.evaluate(studentExpression,nscope).value;\n return val;\n}\ncatch(e) {\n // If there was an error evaluating the student's expression\n // (wrong variables, or some other weirdness)\n // throw an error\n throw(e)\n}\n }\n // Otherwise, if the student's expression hasn't been parsed\n // (they haven't written anything, or they wrote bad syntax)\n // return 0\n else {\nreturn 0;\n }\n}\nvar studentline = board.create('functiongraph', \n [makestudentline,-13,13],\n {strokeColor:'black', strokeWidth: 3, visible: false}\n );\n\n// This is where some voodoo happens.\n// Because the HTML for the question is inserted into the page after the function eqnline\n// is called, we need to wait until the 'question-html-attached' event is fired\n// to do the interaction with the student input box.\n// So:\n\n// When the question is inserted into the page\n$('body').on('question-html-attached',function(e,question,qd) {\n \n // Create a Knockout.js observable\n ko.computed(function(){\n// Get the student's input string from part 0, gap 0.\nvar studentString = question.parts[0].gaps[0].display.studentAnswer();\n\n// Try to parse it as a JME expression\ntry {\n studentExpression = Numbas.jme.compile(studentString,scope);\n \n // If the student didn't write anything, compile returns null\n if(studentExpression === null)\nthrow(new Error('no expression'));\n \n // If everything worked, show the line and update it\n // (this calls makestudentline on a few points)\n studentline.showElement();\n studentline.updateCurve();\n}\ncatch(e) {\n // If something went wrong, hide the curve\n studentExpression = null;\n studentline.hideElement();\n}\n\nboard.update();\n });\n}); 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", "rulesets": {}, "advice": "\n First Method. \n You are given that the line goes through$(0,\\var{b})$and$(-1,\\var{b-a})$and the equation of the line is of the form$y=ax+b$\n Hence: \n 1) At$x=0$we have$y=\\var{b}$, and this gives$\\var{b}=a \\times 0 +b =b$on putting$x=0$into$y=ax+b$. \n So$b=\\var{b}$. \n 2) At$x=-1$we have$y=\\var{b-a}$, and this gives$\\var{b-a}=a \\times (-1) +b =\\simplify[all,!collectNumbers]{-a+{b}}$on putting$x=-1$into$y=ax+b$. \n On rearranging we obtain$a=\\simplify[all,!collectNumbers]{{b}-{b-a}}=\\var{a}$. \n So$a=\\var{a}$. \n So the equation of the line is$\\simplify{y={a}*x+{b}}$. \n Second Method. \n The equation$y=ax+b$tells us that the graph crosses the$y$-axis (when$x=0$) at$y=b$. \n So looking at the graph we immediately see that$b=\\var{b}$. \n$a$is the gradient of the line and is given by the change from$(-1,\\var{b-a})$to$(0,\\var{b})$: \n \$a=\\frac{\\text{Change in y}}{\\text{Change in x}}=\\frac{\\simplify[all,!collectNumbers]{({b-a}-{b})}}{-1-0}=\\var{a}\$ \n\n", "name": "Lovkush's copy of Using student input in a JSXGraph diagram", "type": "question", "showQuestionGroupNames": false, "variable_groups": [], "tags": ["Jsxgraph", "graphs", "jsxgraph"], "metadata": {"notes": " There are copious comments in the definition of the function eqnline about the voodoo needed to have a JSXGraph diagram interact with the input box for a part. 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