[LON-CAPA-users] Mean Tries < 1?
st.bisitz at ostfalia.de
Thu Mar 22 10:42:09 EDT 2012
(one part only)
Am 22.03.2012 15:31 schrieb Raymond Batchelor:
> I simply *love* Gerd's reply. It made my day.
> I wonder it this is a multi-part problem, perhaps?
> - Ray
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Gerd Kortemeyer"<korte at lite.msu.edu>
> To: "Discussion list for LON-CAPA users"<lon-capa-users at mail.lon-capa.org>
> Sent: Thursday, 22 March, 2012 07:27:57
> Subject: Re: [LON-CAPA-users] Mean Tries< 1?
> It's a relativistic effect having to do with students working faster than the speed of reason.
> Seriously, I would need the URL of the problem to look into this.
> - Gerd.
> On Mar 22, 2012, at 10:14 AM, Stefan Bisitz wrote:
>> I checked the dynamic meta data of a LON-CAPA problem and found 0.91 in "Mean Tries" in the block "Recent Detailed Assessment Statistical Data".
>> I thought this value represents the arithmetic average of tries considering all students who submitted at least one time their answer to this problem. This would mean minimum of 1.00 for "Mean Tries".
>> So, how is it possible to have a value lower than 1?
>> Stefan Bisitz
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