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Question to start exam paper to allow everyone to practice with software.
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A graph is given with one intercept (negative) and a vertex (positive x and y) and from this students should be able to ascertain the axis of symmetry and equation (given that the leading coefficent of x is -1)
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Given two (not necessarily consecutive) terms in an arithmetic sequence, evaluate the common difference, first term and then apply to find sum of a number of terms.  (Working with integer terms only)
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Calculate reactions and shear and bending moment at a point for an overhanging beam with a constant or uniformly varying distributed load.

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Shear and bending moment diagram for a beam loaded with concentrated force and a uniformly distributed force.
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Introduction to modular arithmetic in $\mathbb Z_b$ using a multiplication table and lookup with coprime $b \in \mathbb N$.

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A sneak peek at a really clever integration of GeoGebra with Numbas.

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An example of using the GeoGebra extension to ask the student to create a geometric construction, with marking and steps.

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Match the equivalence with the rule

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The assessment has been designed to take no more than 2 hours to complete. You must submit the test by 10:00 am (UK time) on 13th May. Once you start the test, it has to be completed by 2 hours.

When answering the exam you should observe normal exam conditions and must not communicate/collude with other students taking the paper. The work that you submit must be your own work. Should you encounter IT diﬃculties that signiﬁcantly aﬀect your ability to complete this exam or when uploading your answer(s) you may submit a PEC detailing these.

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Welcome the the first stats quiz! It's very short.

• You have 25 minutes.
• There are 3 questions (with parts). The topics are measures of central tendency and measures of spread.
• Submit them as you go to make sure you don't carry mistakes. You can't change your answer once you've submitted it.

Write down on a sheet of paper the data you are given, along with your detailed calculations. Submit a picture on google classroom.

Let me know if you have any questions!

Good luck!

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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.
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Practice with adding, subtracting and dividing basic algebraic fractions

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Two quadratic graphs are sketched with some area beneath them shaded. Question is to determine the area of shaded regions using integration. The first graph's area is all above the $x$-axis. The second graph has some area above and some below the $x$-axis.

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A basic introduction to differentiation

• Question in How-tos
A custom marking algorithm picks out the names of the constants of integration that the student has used for the $\cos$ and $\sin$ terms in their answer, and replaces them with $A$ and $B$ respectively, before comparing with the correct answer. This way, the student is free to choose the names for their constants of integration.
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Simple geometry to introduce the three-force-body procedure.
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Find the reactions for a beam with a uniformly varying distributed load.

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Find the reactions for a beam with a uniformly distributed load.

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Draw Shear and Bending Moment Diagram for a beam with two uniformly distributed loads.
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Shear and Bending Moment diagram for a cantilevered beam loaded with concentrated forces and moments.
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Shear and Bending Moment diagram for a beam with several concentrated loads
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Find the centroid and the centroidal moments of inertia for a beam composed of a flat plate and two angle sections.

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Find moment of inertia of a composite shape consisting of a rectangle and two triangles with respect to the x-axis. Shapes rest on the x-axis so the parallel axis theorem is not required.

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Simple truss with a zero-force member

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Solve for the internal forces at on a multipart frame.
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Calculate the centroidal moment of intertia of a rectangle with a excentric rectangular hole.