174 results for "version".

Question in Complex numbers
Practice to decide which quadrant a complex number lies in.

Question in Complex numbers
Practice to decide which quadrant a complex number lies in.

Question in Shivendra's workspace
A graph is drawn. A student is to identify the derivative of this graph from four other graphs.
Version I. Graph is quadratic
Version II. Graph is horizontal
Version III. Graph is cubic
Version IV. Graph is sinusoidal

Question in Howtos
This question is out of date: use the currency function instead.

Question in Howtos
A method of randomly choosing variable names  use the
expression()
JME function to create a variable name from a randomly chosen string.(This question also uses a custom marking script to check that the student has simplified the expression)

Question in Howtos
One method of randomly choosing names for variables. For each variable, we have 4 options. Create a list of 4 numbers, which is 1 for the name we want to use, and 0 otherwise.
Then, whenever we use that variable, multiply each of the possible names by the corresponding number in the list. When the expression is simplified, the unwanted names will cancel to 0, leaving only the name we want.
This is quite clunky!
(This question also uses a custom marking script to check that the student has simplified the expression)

Exam (5 questions) in Howtos
This exam uses a custom theme to provide no feedback about scores to the student.
The idea is to provide a version of the test compiled with this theme to the students as they attempt it. Once the test has closed, update with a version of the same test compiled with the default theme, so students can go back in and get feedback.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Given random set of data (between 13 and 23 numbers all less than 100), find their stemandleaf plot.
This version of the question asks for 10 fields to be filled rather than the full 25, although the question statement asks for 25. I am sure that the first version asked for all 25. 
Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Approximating integral of a quadratic by Riemann sums . Includes an interactive graph in Advice showing the approximations given by the upper and lower sums and how they vary as we increase the number of intervals.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
A graphical approach to aiding students in writing down a formal proof of discontinuity of a function at a given point.
Uses JSXgraph to sketch the graphs and involves some interaction/experimentation by students in finding appropriate intervals.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Approximating integral of a quadratic by Riemann sums . Includes an interactive graph in Advice showing the approximations given by the upper and lower sums and how they vary as we increase the number of intervals.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Approximating integral of a linear function by Riemann sums . Includes an interactive graph in Advice showing the approximations given by the upper and lower sums and how they vary as we increase the number of intervals.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Approximating integral of a linear function by Riemann sums . Includes an interactive graph in Advice showing the approximations given by the upper and lower sums and how they vary as we increase the number of intervals.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Expanding products of 3 linear polynomials over $\mathbb{Z}_3,\;\mathbb{Z}_5,\;\mathbb{Z}_7$

Question in Transition to university
Represent a given probability to a decimal, fraction or percentage.

Question in Bill's workspace
Given a population size and data on a test for a condition on that population, use a tabular approach to find the increase in risk after a positive test in which there is a small chance of a false positive i.e. the probability that the test is positive even though the condition is not present. See Advice for a graphical version.

Question in All questions
Finding unknown sides/angles in rightangled triangles. 6 different combinations of unknowns are included in this single question. Makes my previous questions redundant

Exam (45 questions) in AMRC Mathematics Admissions TestAMRC Mathematics Admission Test  2019 October 2019 version

Question in All questions
Finding unknown sides/angles in rightangled triangles.
Version 1: b,c known
Version 2: a,x known
Version 3: a,y known
Version 4: b,x known
Version 5: b,a known
Version 6: c,a known

Question in Paula's workspace
Cofactors Determinant and inverse of a 3x3 matrix.

Question in Julien's workspace
A graphical approach to aiding students in writing down a formal proof of discontinuity of a function at a given point.
Uses JSXgraph to sketch the graphs and involves some interaction/experimentation by students in finding appropriate intervals.

Question in 1202
A graph is drawn. A student is to identify the derivative of this graph from four other graphs.

Question in Statistics
Represent a given probability to a decimal, fraction or percentage.

Question in Calculus Math 5A
A graph is drawn. A student is to identify the derivative of this graph from four other graphs. There are four version of this question: I: cubic, II: linear, III: quadratic, IV: sinusoisal.

Question in Calculus Math 5A
A graph is drawn. A student is to identify the derivative of this graph from four other graphs. There are four version of this question: I: cubic, II: linear, III: quadratic, IV: sinusoisal.

Question in Calculus Math 5A
A graph is drawn. A student is to identify the derivative of this graph from four other graphs. There are four version of this question: I: cubic, II: linear, III: quadratic, IV: sinusoisal.

Question in Calculus Math 5A
A graph is drawn. A student is to identify the derivative of this graph from four other graphs. There are four version of this question: I: cubic, II: linear, III: quadratic, IV: sinusoisal.

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Simple procedures are given and student is asked to carry them out or undo them.
Version 1: bi and bii have the same answer. biii and biv both have two answers.
Version 2: bi and bii have different answers. biii has two answers, biv has one answer.
Version 3: bi and bii have different answer. biii has one answer, biv has two answers.
Version 4: bi and bii have the same answer. biii has one answer, biv has two answers.

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Simple procedures are given and student is asked to carry them out or undo them.
Version 1: i and ii have the same answer. iii and iv both have two answers.
Version 2: i and ii have different answers. iii has two answers,biv has one answer.
Version 3: i and ii have different answer. iii has one answer, iv has two answers.
Version 4: i and ii have the same answer. iii has one answer, iv has two answers.

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Simple procedures are given and student is asked to carry them out or undo them.
Version 1: i and ii have the same answer. iii and iv both have two answers.
Version 2: i and ii have different answers. iii has two answers,biv has one answer.
Version 3: i and ii have different answer. iii has one answer, iv has two answers.
Version 4: i and ii have the same answer. iii has one answer, iv has two answers.