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Question in Transition to university
Fill in a frequency table for grouped data, then estimate the mean and identify the modal class.

Question in COM281
Exercises covering matrix addition and subtraction

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
Asking the student to create examples of two matrices which multiply to zero but are not themselves the zero matrix. Then getting the student to think about some features of these examples.

Question in Mechanics
A gold ball on a steel table  effect of its own weight.

Question in Mechanics
A gold ball on a steel table  effect of its own weight.

Question in Mechanics
A gold ball on a steel table  effect of its own weight.

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
To understand matrix multiplication in terms of linear combinations of column vectors.

Exam (17 questions) in Ruth's workspace
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Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
Use matrix multiplication to get an equation for \(k\) which is then to be solved.

Question in Test questions for durham university
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Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
Matrix multiplication. Contains a function that will let you print the calculation steps of matrix multiplication, e.g. in the Advice.

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
First compute matrix times vector for specific vectors. Then determine domain and codomain and general formula for the matrix transformation defined by the matrix.
Randomising the number of rows in the matrix, m, makes the marking algorithm for part c) slightly complicated: it checks whether it should include the third gap or not depending on the variable m. For the correct distribution of marks, it is then necessary to do "you only get the marks if all gaps are correct". Otherwise the student would only get 2/3 marks when m=2, so the third gap doesn't appear.

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
Calculate matrix times vector.

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
Calculate matrix times vector.

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
Abstract linear combinations. "Surreptitious" preview of bases and spanning sets, but not explicitely mentioned. There is no randomisation because it is just an abstract question. For counterexamples, any valid counterexample is accepted.

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
This allows the student to input a linear system in augmented matrix form (max rows 5, but any number of variables). Then the student can decide to swap some rows, or multiply some rows, or add multiples of one row to other rows. The student only has to input what operation should be performed, and this is automatically applied to the system. This question has no marks and no feedback as it's just meant as a "calculator".

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
Checking whether a given set is a plane or not. Depends on whether two vectors are parallel or not. Then checking whether the plane goes through the origin. This is not always obvious from the presentation.
Not randomised because it's the same as in our workbook.

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
Finding a matrix from a formula for each entry, which involves the row and column numbers of that entry. Randomized size of the matrices and formula.

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
Matrix multiplication. Has automatically generated "unresolved" matrix product to write in the solution.

Exam (15 questions) in Standard Maths
This is a set of practice questions for the nonrightangle trig component of the Australian year 12 Mathematics Standard 2 course.
It asks questions about
 finding sides and angles of right angle triangles,
 finding areas of triangles,
 using the sine rule,
 using the cos rule,
 bearings, and
 radial surveys.

Question in Standard Maths
Students are given a diagram with 2 triangles. They are given 2 randomised lengths, and a randomised angle of depression.
They need to compute an angle by subtracting the angle of depression from 90°. Then they need to use the sine rule to calculate a second angle. Then they need to use the alternate angles on parallel lines theorem to work out a third angle. They use these to calculate a third angle, which they use in the rightangle triangle with the sine ratio to compute the third side. They then use the cos ratio to compute the length of the third side.

Question in Engineering Statics
Equilibrium of two interacting particles.

Question in MATH1011 practice questions and online tutorials
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Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
In this demo question, you can see either 2 or 3 gaps depending on the variable \(m\), and the marking algorithm doesn't penalise for the empty third gap in cases when it is not shown.
Reason to use it: for vectors or matrices containing only numbers, one can easily use matrix entry to account for a random size of an answer. But this does not work for mathematical expressions. There we have to give each entry of the vector as a separate gap, which then becomes a problem when the size varies. This solves that problem. For this reason I've included two parts: one very simple one that just shows the phenomenon of variable number of gaps, and one which is more like why I needed it.
Note that to resolve the fact that when \(m=2\), the point for the third gap cannot be earned, I have made it so that the student only gets 0 or all points, when all shown gaps are correctly filled in.
Note the use of Ax[m1] in the third gap "correct answer" of part b): if you use Ax[2], then it will throw an error when m=2, as then Ax won't have the correct size. So even though the marking algorithm will ignore it, the question would still not work.
Bonus demo if you look in the variables: A way to automatically generate the correct latex code for \(\var{latexAx}\), since it's a variable size. I would usually need that in the "Advice", i.e. solutions, rather than the question text.

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
A combination of tasks: checking which matrix products exist, calculating some of these products, calculating transpose matrices. Comparing product of transpose with transpose of product. Experiencing associativity of matrix multiplication. Not much randomisation, only in which matrix product is computed as second option.
Comprehensive solution written out in Advice.

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
A combination of tasks: checking which matrix products exist, calculating some of these products, calculating transpose matrices. Comparing product of transpose with transpose of product. Experiencing associativity of matrix multiplication. Not much randomisation, only in which matrix product is computed as second option.
Comprehensive solution written out in Advice.

Question in Linear Algebra 1st year
Student can choose one of all possible matrix products from the matrices given. Meant for voluntary extra practice. No extensive solutions: referred to other questions for this.

Exam (1 question) in COM281
Set of matrices exercises for knowledge validation. Topics covered:
 Matrix Addition and Subtraction

Exam (8 questions) in Fiona's workspace
This is a diagnostic test  we use it to determine where extra mathematical help is needed for the class as a whole and where you get to see specific areas where you may need to work on your mathematical skills. The diagnostic test DOES NOT count in any way towards your first year grade.

Question in Standard Maths
Students are given 2 rightangle triangles  two ramps of differing steepness up a step, and are asked to find one of a selection of randomly chosen lengths. The height of the step is given  it is randomised. Students are also given either the angle of incline of the steeper ramp or its length, both of which are randomised. They are also given the angle of incline of the shallower ramp, which is also randomised.