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Use the parallelogram rule to solve a force triangle.

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Identifying gradient and $y$-intercept from $y=mx+b$.

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GIve a random linear program and ask the students to convert it to canonical form.

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This question uses a Geogebra applet to solve a linear program with two variables using the graphical method. It contains three steps:

1. Construct the feasible area (polygon) by adding the constraints one by one. The students can see what happens when the constraints are added.
2. Add the objective function, and the level set of the objective value is shown, as well as its (normalised) gradient.
3. Compute the optimal solution by moving the level set of the objective around.
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A random selection of algebra questions without solutions.

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Statistics and probability. A question on two factor ANOVA.

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Statistics and probability. Two way-anova question.

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Questions used in a university course titled "Statistics for marketing and management"
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Statistics and probability. 2 questions, 1 on two sample t-test and 1 on paired t-test.

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Using the chain rule within product rule problems.

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6 questions which introduce the student to the Numbas system.

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Students enter equation and turning point

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Simplifying indices.

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Compute a table of values for a quadratic function. A JSXgraph (the graph paper) plot shows the curve going through the entered values. The student input is now disconnected from the graph so that they slide the points usually after they input the values and the answer fields are not updated.

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Using BODMAS within mathematical expressions

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Finding the stationary points of a cubic with two turning points

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This exercise will help you round off decimals to given decimal places.

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An introduction to using the quotient rule

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This exercise will help you round off decimals to given decimal places.

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Students enter equation and turning point

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Real life problems with differentiation

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Using the chain rule with polynomials.

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Putting algebraic fractions into their simplest forms

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Simplifying indices.

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Questions used in a university course titled "Statistics for marketing and management"
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An introduction to using the quotient rule