670 results for "part".

Exam (13 questions) in Martin's workspace
Questions on integration using various methods such as parts, substitution, trig identities and partial fractions.

Exam (5 questions) in Shaheen's workspace
AEP Y1  Engineering Mathematics Assessment 1(i)
Note that part(i) counts 20% towards the final Y1 Engineering Mathematics module grade.

Exam (5 questions) in Shaheen's workspace
Matrix addition, multiplication. Finding inverse. Determinants. Systems of equations.
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Exam (5 questions) in Shaheen's workspace
Matrix addition, multiplication. Finding inverse. Determinants. Systems of equations.
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Exam (5 questions) in Shaheen's workspace
AEP Y1  Engineering Mathematics Assessment 1(i)
Note that part(i) counts 20% towards the final Y1 Engineering Mathematics module grade.

Exam (5 questions) in Shaheen's workspace
AEP Y1  Engineering Mathematics Assessment 1(i)
Note that part(i) counts 20% towards the final Y1 Engineering Mathematics module grade.

Exam (5 questions) in Shaheen's workspace
You are allowed 38 minutes to complete this test.
You may use rough paper for your calculations.

Exam (5 questions) in Shaheen's workspace
You are allowed 31 minutes to complete this test.
You may use rough paper for your calculations.

Question in Shaheen's workspace
Two parts.

Exam (7 questions) in Shaheen's workspace
Content assessed : complex arithmetic; argument and modulus of complex numbers; de Moivre's theorem.
This complex numbers inclass assesment counts 20% towards your final maths grade for WM104.
Note that although questions are randomised for each student, all questions test the same learning outcomes at the same level for each student.
If you have any questions during the test, please put up your hand to alert the invigilator that you need attention.

Question in Howtos
There are copious comments in the definition of the function eqnline about the voodoo needed to have a JSXGraph diagram interact with the input box for a part.

Question in Fundamental Physical Chemistry CIT
Use the specific heat capacity of an object and the heat released to calculate the final temperature.
Custom marking used to allow for partial credit for common errors (mal rules)
Thermochemistry Revision Sheet Q7

Question in Fundamental Physical Chemistry CIT
Question steps student through the process of finding the molar heat of dissolution.
Adaptive marking and partial credit used
Thermochemistry Revision Sheet Q3

Question in CHY1201  SpectroscopyQuestion requires students to themselves calculate how many electrons are in the conjugated system for the molecules included in this question. As is standard for applications of the "particle in a box" model, the embedded assumption is that one electron is donated to the pisystem by each carbon within the conjugated chain. Students instructed to assume that there are 22 conjugated electrons in Betacarotene.

Question in Fundamental Physical Chemistry CIT
Use the specific heat capacity of an object and the change in temperature to calculate the heat added to that object.
Uses Custom marking to allow partial credit for common student errors (mal rules).
Thermochemistry Revision Sheet Q 5

Question in Analytical Methods: LO1  Algebraic
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Question in Analytical Methods: LO1  Algebraic
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Question in Analytical Methods: LO1  Algebraic
Split $\displaystyle \frac{ax+b}{(cx + d)(px+q)}$ into partial fractions.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Multiplication and addition of complex numbers. Four parts.

Question in DemosThis 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.

Question in Demos
Showing off the part types.

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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.
Video in Show steps.

Question in Howtos
An allornothing marking scheme for a gapfill part: the student must answer every gap correctly to get all the marks. If any gap is incorrect they get 0 marks for the whole part.

Question in STAT7008
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Printing errors in the work produced by a particular film occur randomly at an average rate of p per page.
i.What is the probability that a one page document will contain x1 printing error(s)?
ii.If a n page document is printed, calculate the probability of having more than x2 errors. Assume a Poisson distribution. 
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Question in Howtos
Demonstrates that the marking algorithm for "match text pattern" parts doesn't put quotes around substituted strings any more.

Question in Howtos
Defines a custom function sort_by to sort a list of lists by the elements at the given index.
You could do a similar thing to sort lists of dictionaries.

Question in Howtos
A couple of different ways of showing the correct answer to a single part as soon as the student submits an answer. One way allows the student to change their answer, while the other locks the part.
A third part includes a "reveal answers to this part" button, which allows the student to choose to reveal the answer to the part.
Think very carefully before using this: by revealing the answer, you are removing the opportunity for the student to later on realise they've got that step wrong, as a consequence of some further work. It's often possible to use adaptive marking to use the student's answer in place of the correct answer in later parts.