# [LON-CAPA-cvs] cvs: modules /gerd/roleclicker description.tex

mvogt lon-capa-cvs@mail.lon-capa.org
Tue, 17 May 2005 18:03:15 -0000

mvogt		Tue May 17 14:03:15 2005 EDT

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--- modules/gerd/roleclicker/description.tex:1.41	Tue May 17 13:58:08 2005
+++ modules/gerd/roleclicker/description.tex	Tue May 17 14:03:14 2005
@@ -141,8 +141,8 @@
\item[Multiple-Response Multiple-Choice]  This type of problem, a first step beyond conventional problems, requires a student to evaluate each statement and make a decision about it. The problem on the right side of Fig.~\ref{repre} is of this type.

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\caption{Example of two problems addressing the same concepts in two different representations. The problem on the left is an original ConcepTest problem of type single-response multiple-choice, the problem on the right is multiple-response multiple-choice. Both problems require representation translation since data is provided in graphical form.\label{repre}}
@@ -151,7 +151,7 @@
\item[Numerical and Formula Short Answer] Numerical answers (potentially in multiple dimensions and including physical units), such as \verb!17 kg/m^3!" or mathematical expressions (potentially in multiple dimensions), such as \verb!1/2*m*(vx^2+vy^2)!", are expected.

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