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• Exam (5 questions)

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• Vectors Introduction
Exam (4 questions)

easy vector addition and scalar multiplication, for practice after Section 1 of lectures.

• R^n Intro
Exam (2 questions)

Easy intro questions to be done when the students have seen the "vector space axioms" but not as axioms, just in the context of $\mathbb{R}^n$.

• Exam (3 questions)
Some examples of Numbas questions used in computing modules in the School of Mathematics, Statistics & Physics at Newcastle University
• Exam (8 questions)

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.

• Kuis 1
Needs to be tested
Exam (6 questions) in Bab 0

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• Quiz 11
Exam (6 questions)

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• Exam (5 questions) in COM281

Set of matrices exercises for knowledge validation. Topics covered:

• Exam (2 questions)

Addition and Subtraction by hand questions, whole numbers and decimals. Fully worked solutions in feedback.

• Propositional Logic 2
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• Exam (2 questions)

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• Propositional Logic 1
Exam (2 questions)

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• Homework
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• s2-trig
Draft
Exam (15 questions)

This is a set of practice questions for the non-right-angle trig component of the Australian year 12 Mathematics Standard 2 course.

• finding sides and angles of right angle triangles,
• finding areas of triangles,
• using the sine rule,
• using the cos rule,
• bearings, and
• Exam (32 questions)

This is a set of questions for students to practice identifying parabolas, hyperbolas and exponentials.

There are also a few questions asking students to draw graphs, and to evaluate the curves at specific points.

10 questions are selected from a larger pool.

In the first question students are asked to identify the type of a graph.

In the second question students are asked to identify the type of an equation.

Then next 6 questions are basic questions about evaluating points on a curve or matching curves and equations.

The last 2 questions are applications - e.g. compound interest, displayed as an equation, a table or a graph.

• Simultaneous equations
Exam (5 questions)

Practise solving simultaneous linear equations graphically and algebraically.

• TLU Workshop
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Exam (12 questions)

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• Exam (3 questions)

This is an unassessed homework. Note that, however, it compulsory to pass this homework to proceed further.

• Exam (2 questions)

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• Exam (7 questions)

Questions involving various techniques for rearranging and solving quadratic expressions and equations

• Exam (3 questions)

This is my first trial of Numbas.

• test 1
Exam (3 questions)

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• Exam (1 question)
En Teoría de la Información, dada la matriz conjunta de un canal 2x2 P(ai,bj) obtiene la matriz del canal P(bj/ai)
• Test 1
Exam (4 questions)

trial test Calculus

• My First Exam
Exam (4 questions)

a quick test to see what the students see.

• JSXGraph demo
Exam (4 questions) in Demos

Some questions which use JSXGraph to create interactive graphics.

• Exam (11 questions)

This quiz contains questions on algebraic fractions, logarithmic equations, exponential equations, quadratic equations and simultaneous equations.

• Exam (7 questions) in Demos

A few questions which use the GeoGebra extension.

• Contact Mechanics