[LON-CAPA-users] sample problems
Sun, 5 May 2002 08:03:43 -0400
Just a comment about formula response. I used it for several
years with no difficulty by
1) telling student to enter the formula as they would in a calculator
2) giving a sample response, formatted as it would be on the screen.
Did not have any student complaints (500 student class)
Quoting Guy Albertelli II <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hi Lars,
> > Does this mean that we should wait doing formula response problems?
> I expect an valid problem constructed today should work well in the
> future, it just will allow a greater latitude in what the student is
> allowed to input.
> > The present setup really won't work.
> Several other universities have found it sufficient.
> > I read from your message that when
> > mupad is implemented the format for writing formula response problems
> > be different (and include implied multiplication).
> I expect there will be a newer better interface to accept wider array
> of formula response styles and types.
> I also fully expect the current mechanism to continue to work
> As for implied mulitplication, it is a bad idea to accept it as it is
> an unclear mechanism, as to whether r not MuPad supports it in some, I
> don't know.
> email@example.com BM: n^20 t20 z20 qS
> Guy Albertelli -7-8-7- O-
> I am learning that criticism is not nearly as effective as sabotage.
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