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Question in Functions
Given a randomised square root function select the possible ways of writing the domain of the function.

Exam (3 questions) in IPC Hobart
Extra practice on some basic algebra skills, including solving linear equations. You can try as many times as you like and also generate new versions of the questions for extra practice.

Question in Lineare Algebra 1
Decide whether statements about square and cube numbers are always true, sometimes true or never true.
German translation of https://numbas.mathcentre.ac.uk/question/22768/alwayssometimesorneversquareandcubenumbers/ von Stanislav Duris.

Question in Lineare Algebra 1
Schreibe $\displaystyle \frac{a} {b + \frac{c}{d}}$ als einen gekürzten Bruch $\displaystyle \frac{p}{q}$ mit ganzen Zahlen $p$ und $q$.
Angepasste, übersetzte und erweiterte Version von https://numbas.mathcentre.ac.uk/question/11701/simplifyingfractions/ von Newcastle University Mathematics and Statistics.

Exam (7 questions) in Christian's workspace
Some questions for our open day, to give students a first taste of Numbas.

Question in GCSE to Alevel Transition
The student is given the equations of a line and a circle, and has to find the coordinates of the points of intersection. They're always at integer coordinates.

Question in GCSE to Alevel Transition
Expand $(az^2+bz+c)(pz+q)$.

Question in GCSE to Alevel Transition
The student is shown a set of axes with three lines. They must move the lines so they match the given inequalities, then move a point inside the region satisfied by the inequalities.

Question in Christian's workspace
This is a copy of a question from the Numbas demos project, with references to the editor removed.
The student is shown a plot of a mystery function. They can enter values of $x$ check, within the bounds of the plot.
They're asked to give the formula for the function, and then asked for its value at a very large value of $x$.
A plot of the student's function updates automatically as they type. Adaptive marking is used for the final part to award credit if the student gives the right value for their incorrect function.

Question in Christian's workspace
Solving a system of simultaneous congruences using the Chinese Remainder Theorem.
An explore mode question which allows you to write a solution straight away, or break it down into steps.
After solving a system of three congruences, you can ask for a new problem with more congruences.

Question in Martin's workspace
Solve a problem using a linear equation.

Question in Jane's workspace
Finding the current in a simple series RL circuit.

Exam (7 questions) in MYP4 Math
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Question in Jane's workspace
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Exam (21 questions) in Foundation Maths
A practice test to get used to the NUMBAS environment.

Exam (9 questions) in Algebra
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Question in Don's workspace
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Question in Graphing and Polynomials
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Question in Skills Audits for Maths and Stats
Given the number of international students enrolled on a course of $n$ students, calculate the percentage of 'home' students.

Question in Trigonometry
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Exam (3 questions) in Skills Audits for Maths and Stats
A summary of the fourth week of material.

Exam (31 questions) in Skills Audits for Maths and Stats
A summary of the first four weeks of material.

Exam (8 questions) in Skills Audits for Maths and Stats
A summary of the first week of material.

Exam (57 questions) in Skills Audits for Maths and Stats
Skills Audit for Maths and Stats for MAS156 Aerospace Engineering students.

A question to test understanding of set cardinality and intersections when limited information is known about the size of certain sets.

Exam (6 questions) in Niall's workspace
Demo assignment for MA140

Question in Algebra
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Question in Brandon's workspace
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Exam (1 question) in Stephen 's workspace
Unit 1: Sequences and Functions

Exam (122 questions) in Comet Project
DIAGNOSYS is a knowledgebased test of mathematics background knowledge for firstyear university students, created by John Appleby at Newcastle University.
The questions have been translated directly into Numbas, with as few changes as possible.