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The student is asked to enter an approximation to $\sqrt{n}$, where $n$ is not a square number, to 20 decimal places.

This question is a demonstration of the high precision arithmetic in Numbas v4.

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Demonstrate a problem with submitting an empty gap.
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This is to demonstrate an issue with choose one from a list question.
• Question in How-tos

Demonstrates how to create variables containing LaTeX commands, and how to use them in the question text.

• Numbas demo: JME part
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• Question in How-tos

Demonstrates how to set up a "choose one from a list" part where the number of choices is randomised.

The part is given a list of labels for the choices as well as a list specifying the marks to award for each choice.

• Question in How-tos
This question demonstrates how to use the \simplify command to create natural-looking randomised mathematical expressions.
• Question in How-tos
The statement of this question demonstrates how you can control the \simplify command's behaviour by specifying the rules to use.
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Demonstrating that \$produces a normal dollar sign. • Question in Demos Given the gradient of a slope and the coefficient of friction for a mass resting on it, use the equations of motion to calculate how it moves. Includes a GeoGebra rendering of the model. • Question in Demos Customised for the Numbas demo exam Motion under gravity. Object is projected vertically with initial velocity$V\;m/s$. Find time to maximum height and the maximum height. Now includes an interactive plot. • Exam (2 questions) Description • Demo Draft Exam (3 questions) No description given • Question Customised for the Numbas demo exam Motion under gravity. Object is projected vertically with initial velocity$V\;m/s$. Find time to maximum height and the maximum height. Now includes an interactive plot. • Question in Demos An example of using the GeoGebra extension to ask the student to create a geometric construction, with marking and steps. • Question in Demos This question contains many examples of mathematical expression parts which require the student to enter their in a certain form, which is marked by applying a "pattern to match" restriction. • Numbas website demo Ready to use Exam (12 questions) in Demos Some questions to show off features of Numbas, linked from the Numbas homepage. • Question in Demos No description given • Question in Demos Showing off the part types. • JSXGraph demo Ready to use Exam (3 questions) in Demos Some questions which use JSXGraph to create interactive graphics. • Eukleides extension Ready to use Exam (2 questions) in Demos A couple of questions demonstrating the use of the Eukleides extension to create geometrical drawings. • Exam (2 questions) in Demos A few questions which use the GeoGebra extension. • Adaptive marking Ready to use Exam (3 questions) in Demos Some questions which demonstrate the adaptive marking feature. • Numbas demo: video Ready to use Question in Demos Customised for the Numbas demo exam Factorise$x^2+cx+d$into 2 distinct linear factors and then find$\displaystyle \int \frac{ax+b}{x^2+cx+d}\;dx,\;a \neq 0\$ using partial fractions or otherwise.

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• Question in How-tos

A short demonstration of when the basic simplification rules are turned on, or off.

• Question in How-tos

Demo question showing how to use the matrix maths functions in JavaScript.

• Question in How-tos

Demonstrates that the marking algorithm for "match text pattern" parts doesn't put quotes around substituted strings any more.

• Question in How-tos

Demo showing how to write a custom function in javascript.

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OK apart from the Advice. Here it is shown what 1 is mapped to, but if this gives a trivial cycle the explanation is confusing. Is it possible to choose an element in a non trivial cycle to demonstrate the technique?

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A second worked example about combinatorics.