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diff -u modules/gerd/discussions/paper/discussions.bib:1.7 modules/gerd/discussions/paper/discussions.bib:1.8
--- modules/gerd/discussions/paper/discussions.bib:1.7	Tue Apr 26 11:43:19 2005
+++ modules/gerd/discussions/paper/discussions.bib	Tue Dec 13 10:13:10 2005
@@ -104,3 +104,18 @@
    pages = "121-152",
    title = "Categorization and representation of physics problems by experts and novices"
+   year = "2004",
+   booktitle = "Proc. NARST Annual Meeting",
+   author = "Andrea Pascarella",
+   title = " The Influence of Web-Based Homework on Quantitative Problem-Solving in a University Physics Class"
+   year = "2004",
+   title = "Unpublished PhD. Thesis: CAPA (Computer-Assisted Personalized Assignments) in a Large University Setting",
+   author = "Andrea Pascarella",
+   year = "2002",
+   publisher="University of Colorado, Boulder"
Index: modules/gerd/discussions/paper/discussions.tex
diff -u modules/gerd/discussions/paper/discussions.tex:1.26 modules/gerd/discussions/paper/discussions.tex:1.27
--- modules/gerd/discussions/paper/discussions.tex:1.26	Sat Dec 10 21:24:52 2005
+++ modules/gerd/discussions/paper/discussions.tex	Tue Dec 13 10:13:10 2005
@@ -277,6 +277,8 @@
 A bug that has a mass $m_b=4g$ walks from the center to the edge of a disk that is freely turning at 32 rpm. The disk has a mass of $m_d=11g$. If the radius of the disk is $R=29cm$, what is the new rate of spinning in rpm?
 Student A (anonymous); female; 4.0 {\it (Emotional/Negative/Physics; Chat)}:
 What is that bug doing on a disk? Boo to physics.
@@ -318,7 +320,7 @@
 better equation that has less numbers in it
-Student D (anonymous); female; 3.5 {\it (Procedural/Question/Solution)}: {\bf what did I do wrong?}
+Student D (anonymous); female; 3.5 {\it (Procedural/Question/Solution)}:\newline {\bf what did I do wrong?}
 This is what I did. initial inertia x initial angular velocity = final 
 inertia x final angular velocity. I=mr^2, angular velocity = w... so 
@@ -329,27 +331,27 @@
 be 23.3 rpm. This was wrong...what did I do incorrectly?
-Student E (anonymous); male; 4.0 {\it (Procedural/Answer/Solution)}: {\bf Re: what did I do wrong?} 
+Student E (anonymous); male; 4.0 {\it (Procedural/Answer/Solution)}:\newline {\bf Re: what did I do wrong?} 
 im not totally sure since i too got it wrong, but i know 
 your units are not in SI so that may be part of the problem.
-Student E (anonymous); male; 4.0 {\it (Surface/Question/Physics)}: {\bf whats the bug?}
+Student E (anonymous); male; 4.0 {\it (Surface/Question/Physics)}:\newline {\bf whats the bug?}
 a particle, a disk, initially part of the big disk, what? a 
 "bug" doesn't explain what we should consider it, inertia- 
-Student E (anonymous); male; 4.0 {\it (Procedural/Answer/Physics)}: {\bf Re: whats the bug?}   	
+Student E (anonymous); male; 4.0 {\it (Procedural/Answer/Physics)}:\newline {\bf Re: whats the bug?}   	
 nevermind i got it. initially, the bug has no inertia since 
 distance from center=0. but at the end when bug is at the 
 edge of disk, just use I(bug)=mr^2.
-Student F (anonymous); female; 2.5 {\it (Procedural/Question/Solution)}:
+Student F (anonymous); female; 2.5\newline {\it (Procedural/Question/Solution)}:
 Ok- So I used to formula I initial = mr^2+ (1/2)cm^2 the 
 bug is in the center so there is no inertia. For the I 
@@ -358,7 +360,7 @@
 Can someone explain what I am doing wrong?
-Student A (anonymous); female; 4.0 {\it (Procedural/Answer/Solution)}: {\bf finally}
+Student A (anonymous); female; 4.0\newline {\it (Procedural/Answer/Solution)}: {\bf finally}
 so i finally got this somehow... 
 We know that the Iw initial = Iw final. 
@@ -374,20 +376,20 @@
 still love gerd.
-Student G (anonymous); female; 2.5 {\it (Surface/Question/Solution)}: {\bf Re: finally}
+Student G (anonymous); female; 2.5\newline {\it (Surface/Question/Solution)}: {\bf Re: finally}
 I'm still confused, which r do you put 0 in for? either 
 spot I either get 0 or the rpm i started wtih and neither 
 are right... something isn't right, can someone help me
-Student H (named); male; 3.5 {\it (Emotional/Negative/Solution)}: {\bf :sigh:}
+Student H (named); male; 3.5\newline {\it (Emotional/Negative/Solution; Chat)}: {\bf :sigh:}
 Wow. So, many, little things, can go wrong in calculating 
 this. Be careful.
-Student I (anonymous); female; 3.0 {\it (Surface/Question/Solution)}: {\bf question?}
+Student I (anonymous); female; 3.0\newline {\it (Surface/Question/Solution)}: {\bf question?}
 Everything seems to make sense up to where people say to 
 put in the radius of the bug.. what would it be? For I 
@@ -397,25 +399,27 @@
 again i get the same w as before and thats not correct???
-Student J (anonymous); female; 2.5 {\it (Surface/Question/Solution)}: {\bf Re: question?}
+Student J (anonymous); female; 2.5\newline {\it (Surface/Question/Solution)}: {\bf Re: question?}
 That's the same thing that is messing me up. How is the 
 answer any different from the initial if the radius of the 
 bug is zero?
-Student J (anonymous); female; 2.5 {\it (Emotional/Negative/Solution)}: {\bf Re: Re: question?}
+Student J (anonymous); female; 2.5\newline {\it (Emotional/Negative/Solution; Chat)}: {\bf Re: Re: question?}
 Nothing is working!
-Student K (anonymous); female; 2.5 {\it (Procedural/Answer/Solution)}: {\bf Re: Re: Re: question?}
+Student K (anonymous); female; 2.5\newline {\it (Procedural/Answer/Solution)}: {\bf Re: Re: Re: question?}
 for the radius of the bug it is the same as the other 
 radius of the disk.
-\caption{\label{fig:discussionexample}Example of a standard homework discussion and associated discussion}
+\caption{\label{fig:discussionexample}Example of a standard numerical homework problem and associated discussion}
 \section{Results of Analysis by Student}