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=National Problem Library (NPL)=
 
  
The National Problem Library contains problems from several of the File Based Problem Libraries, including all of the problems from the Arizona State, Rochester, Cal State Long Beach, University of Virginia libraries.  It also contains most, if not all, of the problems from Union College, College of New Jersey, Dartmouth, Ohio State, and Indiana University.
 
  
In addition to merging these problem collections into a single collection, WeBWorK provides a different interface to these problems.  Problems in the NPL are marked internally with meta-data, and instructors can search for problems on the basis of this data.  This mechanism is built into WeBWorK's library browser.  In particular, one can search hierarchically by course, chapter, section.  To a limited extent, problems have been indexed against sections of textbooks in which case an instructor can also search for problems on that basis.
 
  
=File Based Problem Libraries=
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= Open Problem Library (OPL) =
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The Open Problem Library contains problems from several of the File-Based Problem Libraries, including all of the problems from the Arizona State, Rochester, California State-Long Beach, University of Virginia, and the Utah libraries. It also contains most, if not all, of the problems from Union College, The College of New Jersey, Dartmouth, Ohio State, Northern Arizona University, and Indiana University.
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In addition to merging these problem collections into a single collection, WeBWorK provides a different interface to these problems. Problems in the OPL are marked internally with metadata, so instructors can search for problems on the basis of this data. This mechanism is built into WeBWorK's library browser. In particular, one can search hierarchically by course, chapter, or section. To a limited extent, problems have been indexed against textbook sections; therefore, instructors can also search for problems on that basis. WeBWorK stores this information in a database, so part of the installation involves loading metadata into the database.
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'''''For more information on downloading, installing, browsing and contributing to the OPL, '''''
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===See: [[Open Problem Library]]===
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= The remainder of this article is out of date =
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== It is retained for historical purposes only. ==
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{{Historical }}
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== File Based Problem Libraries ==
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These libraries consist of a directory tree organized roughly by the chapters of  
 
These libraries consist of a directory tree organized roughly by the chapters of  
 
a canonical calculus book (or in some cases a canonical text for another subject).
 
a canonical calculus book (or in some cases a canonical text for another subject).
There is no database index of tagged meta-data.
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There is no database index of tagged metadata. One should regard the material in these libraries
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as legacy material since we are in the process of adding metadata (tagging the problem), checking the problems
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for errors and duplicates, and folding them into the OPL.
  
It is envisioned that the material in these libraries will eventually be given meta-data,checked for errors and duplicates and folded into the NPL.
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<div style="color:red; font-weight:bold">No new problems should be added to the file-based libraries; they should instead be added to the Open Problem Library (OPL)</div>
  
The CVS links allow you to inspect the question collections from the web.
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* The "(CVS)" links for each library allow you to inspect the contents of the library over the web.
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* See [[CVS Access to Problem Libraries]] for instructions on downloading the contents of these libraries via CVS.
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* You can find tarballs of each libraries at http://webhost.math.rochester.edu/webworkdocs/librarytarballs.
  
See [[ CvsProblemLibraryInstructions]] for instructions on downloading the contents of these libraries via CVS. 
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=== Arizona State University Math Problem Library ===
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<dt>Arizona State University Math Problem Library   ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/asu_problib/?cvsroot=Arizona+State+University CVS ] )
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<dd>
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This problem library is now empty.  All of the problems have been moved into the National Problem Library.
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This problem library is now empty.  All of the problems have been moved into the Open Problem Library.
  
<dt>The College of New Jersey Math Problem Library   ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/tcnj_problib/?cvsroot=The+College+of+New+Jersey CVS] )
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=== The College of New Jersey Math Problem Library ===
 
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<dd>
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<i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/tcnj co tcnj_problib</code>
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The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) makes a large number of linear algebra  
 
The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) makes a large number of linear algebra  
problems available in this collection. Please send links of any problems that don't
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problems available in this collection. Please send links of any problems that do not
work to Tom Hagedorn (hagedorn@tcnj.edu.
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work to Tom Hagedorn, <code>hagedorn at tcnj.edu</code>.  
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<div style="color:red; font-weight:bold">This problem library is now a subsection of the Open Problem Library. (OPL).  You can search its directories using the "OPL directory" button on the Library Browser </div>
  
<dt>Dartmouth College Library [http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/dartmouth_problib/?cvsroot=Dartmouth+College CVS] )
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([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/tcnj_problib/?cvsroot=The+College+of+New+Jersey CVS])
<dd>
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<i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/dartmouth co dartmouth_problib</code>
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'''''To check out this library:'''''
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cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/tcnj co tcnj_problib
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=== Dartmouth College Library ===
  
 
This library has problems compatible with the Marsden and Tromba multi-dimensional
 
This library has problems compatible with the Marsden and Tromba multi-dimensional
calculus book. It also has problems compatible with the later chapters in Stewart's
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calculus book. It also has problems compatible with the later chapters in Stewart's
calculus book.http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/dartmouth_problib/?cvsroot=Dartmouth+College
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calculus book. ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/dartmouth_problib/?cvsroot=Dartmouth+College CVS])
  
<dt>Detroit County Day School Math Problem Library (High School)   ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/dcds_problib/?cvsroot=Detroit+County+Day+School CVS] )
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<div style="color:red; font-weight:bold">This problem library is now a subsection of the Open Problem Library (OPL). You can search its directories using the "OPL directory" button on the Library Browser </div>
<dd>
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<i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/dcds co dcds_problib</code>
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These high school and pre-calculus level problems were written by
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'''''To check out this library:'''''
Mark Schmidt at Detroit Country Day School.  Send corrections to
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gage at math.rochester.edu or to M. Schmitt at dcds.edu
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<dt> Freeman: Problems inspired by Raguski Calculus book  (CVS )
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  cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/dartmouth co dartmouth_problib
<dd>
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<dt>Indiana University Math Problem Library   ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/indiana_problib/?cvsroot=Indiana+University CVS] )
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=== Detroit County Day School Math Problem Library (High School) ===
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<i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/indiana co indiana_problib</code>
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<dt>Northern Arizona University Library    ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/nau_problib/?cvsroot=Northern+Arizona+University CVS] )
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These high school and pre-calculus level problems were written by Mark Schmidt at Detroit Country Day School.  Send corrections to <code>gage at math.rochester.edu</code> or to <code>M.Schmitt at dcds.edu</code>.  ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/dcds_problib/?cvsroot=Detroit+County+Day+School CVS])
<dd>
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<i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/nau co nau_problib</code>
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The Northern Arizona University Library has new problems for graph theory,
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'''''To check out this library:'''''
for statistics and for pre-calculus.  The setExamples cleans up some of the problems
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in Rochester Library's  setMAAtutorial and adds several more. 
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Send corrections to Nandor.Sieben@NAU.EDU.
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<dt>Union College Math Problem Library    ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/union_problib/?cvsroot=Union+College CVS] )
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cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/dcds co dcds_problib
  
<dd>
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=== Indiana University Math Problem Library ===
<i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/union co union_problib</code>
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The Union College Math Problem Library should now be fully funcitonal.
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No description. ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/indiana_problib/?cvsroot=Indiana+University CVS])
A few of the problems may not work as advertised, since they may
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have trouble finding the links to auxiliary materials, such as external graphs.
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Davide Cervones and Kathryn Leash are principally responsible for designing these problems.
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<div style="color:red; font-weight:bold">This problem library is now a subsection of the Open Problem Library (OPL). You can search its directories using the "OPL directory" button on the Library Browser </div>
The level set and 3d problems are particularly nice!!
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Please send links of any problems that don't work to gage at math.rochester.edu or dpvc at union.edu  or even better
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'''''To check out this library:'''''
enter them into bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page.
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<dt> UC Santa Barbara and Brooks/Cole: Problems inspired by Stewart's Calculus book  ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/ucsb_problib/?cvsroot=UC+Santa+Barbara CVS] )
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  cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/indiana co indiana_problib
<dd><i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/ucsb co ucsb_problib</code>
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<dt>University of Georgia Math Problem Library   ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/uga_problib/?cvsroot=University+of+Georgia CVS] )
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=== Northern Arizona University Library ===
<dd>
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<i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/uga co uga_problib</code>
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<dt>University of Michigan Math Problem Library   ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/umich_problib/?cvsroot=University+of+Michigan CVS])
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The Northern Arizona University Library has new problems for graph theory, statistics and pre-calculus.  The <code>setExamples</code> set cleans up some of the problems
<dd>
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in the Rochester Library's <code>setMAAtutorial</code> set and adds several more. 
<i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/umich co umich_problib</code>
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Send corrections to <code>Nandor.Sieben at nau.edu</code>. ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/nau_problib/?cvsroot=Northern+Arizona+University CVS])
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'''''To check out this library:'''''
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cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/nau co nau_problib
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=== Union College Math Problem Library ===
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The Union College Math Problem Library should now be fully functional. A few of the problems may not work as advertised, since they may have trouble finding the links to auxiliary materials, such as external graphs.
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Davide Cervone and Kathryn Leash are principally responsible for designing these problems. The level set and 3d problems are particularly nice!!
 +
 
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Please send links of any problems that don't work to <code>gage at math.rochester.edu</code> or <code>dpvc at union.edu</code> or, better yet, enter them into the WeBWorK bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page. ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/union_problib/?cvsroot=Union+College CVS])
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'''''To check out this library:'''''
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cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/union co union_problib
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=== UC Santa Barbara and Brooks/Cole ===
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Problems inspired by Stewart's Calculus book. ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/ucsb_problib/?cvsroot=UC+Santa+Barbara CVS])
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'''''To check out this library:'''''
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cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/ucsb co ucsb_problib
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=== University of Georgia Math Problem Library ===
  
This library contains problems related to the Hughes-Hallet et.al. Harvard Calculus text.
 
Send corrections to Gavin Larose (glarose at umich.edu)  or even better enter
 
them into bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page.
 
 
WeBWorK mathematics homework problems created at the University of  
 
WeBWorK mathematics homework problems created at the University of  
Georgia. Send corrections to Ted Ashton (ashted at math.uga.edu) or even better
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Georgia. Send corrections to Ted Ashton (ashted at math.uga.edu) or, even better,
enter them into bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page.
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enter them into bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page. ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/uga_problib/?cvsroot=University+of+Georgia CVS])
  
<dt>University of Rochester Math Problem Library    ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/rochester_problib/?cvsroot=UR+Problem+Library CVS] )
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'''''To check out this library:'''''
<dd>
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<i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/rochester co rochester_problib</code>
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The Rochester Math Problem Library should now be fully funcitonal.
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cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/uga co uga_problib
A few of the problems may not work as advertised, since they may
+
have trouble finding the links to auxiliary materials, such as external graphs.
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Please send links of any problems that don't work to gage at math.rochester.edu  
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or even better enter them into bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page.
+
  
The Rochester library includes many problems  prepared by Zbigniew Fiedorowicz at Ohio State University as well as a large number of problems prepared by Jun Wang at Alabama State University
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=== University of Michigan Math Problem Library ===
  
<dt>University of Rochester Physics Problem Library    ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/rochester_physics_problib/?cvsroot=UR+Problem+Library CVS] )
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This library contains problems related to the Hughes-Hallet et.al. Harvard Calculus text. Send corrections to Gavin LaRose, <code>glarose at umich.edu</code>, or even better, enter them into the WeBWorK bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page. ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/umich_problib/?cvsroot=University+of+Michigan CVS])
<dd>
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<i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/rochester co rochester_physics_problib</code>
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These physics problems were originally written in CAPA and mechanically
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<div style="color:red; font-weight:bold">The bulk of this problem library is now a subsection of the Open Problem Library (OPL)You can search its directories using the "OPL directory" button on the Library Browser </div>
translated into the PG languageThanks to help from Frank Wolfs the  
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.eps file pictures now display properly.
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<dt>University of Rochester Grade 8 Math Problems    ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/rochester_grade8problems/?cvsroot=UR+Problem+Library CVS] )
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Note, however, that in the file-based library, there are also files for the University of Michigan Gateway Tests, which are not currently incorporated into the OPL.
<dd>
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<i>Command line command for cvs checkout: </i><code>cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/rochester co rochester_grade8problems</code>
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'''''To check out this library:'''''
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cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/umich co umich_problib
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=== University of Rochester Math Problem Library ===
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The Rochester Math Problem Library should now be fully functional. A few of the problems may not work as advertised, since they may have trouble finding the links to auxiliary materials, such as external graphs. Please send links of any problems that don't work to <code>gage at math.rochester.edu</code> or even better enter them into the WeBWorK bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page. ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/rochester_problib/?cvsroot=UR+Problem+Library CVS])
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The Rochester library includes many problems prepared by Zbigniew Fiedorowicz at Ohio State University as well as a large number of problems prepared by Jun Wang at Alabama State University
 +
 
 +
<div style="color:red; font-weight:bold">This problem library is now a subsection of the Open Problem Library. (OPL).  You can search its directories using the "OPL directory" button on the Library Browser </div>
 +
 
 +
'''''To check out this library:'''''
 +
 
 +
cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/rochester co rochester_problib
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 +
=== University of Rochester Physics Problem Library ===
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These physics problems were originally written in CAPA and mechanically translated into the PG language.  Thanks to help from Frank Wolfs, the .eps file pictures now display properly. ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/rochester_physics_problib/?cvsroot=UR+Problem+Library CVS])
 +
 
 +
'''''To check out this library:'''''
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cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/rochester co rochester_physics_problib
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=== University of Rochester Grade 8 Math Problems ===
  
 
These problems, written largly by Tori Sweetser, contain material at the level of  
 
These problems, written largly by Tori Sweetser, contain material at the level of  
the New York State 8th grade exams.   
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the New York State 8th grade exams. Many of these problems are written using the multiple choice and matching tools. Send corrections to <code>gage at math.rochester.edu</code>. ([http://cvs.webwork.rochester.edu/viewcvs.cgi/rochester_grade8problems/?cvsroot=UR+Problem+Library CVS])
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'''''To check out this library:'''''
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  cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/rochester co rochester_grade8problems
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=== Loyola University of Chicago Precalculus problems ===
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'''''To check out this library:'''''
  
Many of these problems are written using the multiple choice and
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  cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/loyola_chicago loyola_chicago_problib
matching tools.  Send corrections to gage@math.rochester.edu
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</dl>
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== See also ==
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You can find tarballs of these library problems at http://webhost.math.rochester.edu/webworkdocs/librarytarballsLibrary
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* [[What to do if you find a bug in a problem]]
  
=Additonal Problem Library Information =
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[[Category:Problem Libraries]]

Latest revision as of 19:20, 23 June 2014




Contents

Open Problem Library (OPL)

The Open Problem Library contains problems from several of the File-Based Problem Libraries, including all of the problems from the Arizona State, Rochester, California State-Long Beach, University of Virginia, and the Utah libraries. It also contains most, if not all, of the problems from Union College, The College of New Jersey, Dartmouth, Ohio State, Northern Arizona University, and Indiana University.

In addition to merging these problem collections into a single collection, WeBWorK provides a different interface to these problems. Problems in the OPL are marked internally with metadata, so instructors can search for problems on the basis of this data. This mechanism is built into WeBWorK's library browser. In particular, one can search hierarchically by course, chapter, or section. To a limited extent, problems have been indexed against textbook sections; therefore, instructors can also search for problems on that basis. WeBWorK stores this information in a database, so part of the installation involves loading metadata into the database.

For more information on downloading, installing, browsing and contributing to the OPL,

See: Open Problem Library

The remainder of this article is out of date

It is retained for historical purposes only.

This article has been retained as a historical document. It is not up-to-date and the formatting may be lacking. Use the information herein with caution.

File Based Problem Libraries

These libraries consist of a directory tree organized roughly by the chapters of a canonical calculus book (or in some cases a canonical text for another subject). There is no database index of tagged metadata. One should regard the material in these libraries as legacy material since we are in the process of adding metadata (tagging the problem), checking the problems for errors and duplicates, and folding them into the OPL.

No new problems should be added to the file-based libraries; they should instead be added to the Open Problem Library (OPL)

Arizona State University Math Problem Library

This problem library is now empty. All of the problems have been moved into the Open Problem Library.

The College of New Jersey Math Problem Library

The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) makes a large number of linear algebra problems available in this collection. Please send links of any problems that do not work to Tom Hagedorn, hagedorn at tcnj.edu.

This problem library is now a subsection of the Open Problem Library. (OPL). You can search its directories using the "OPL directory" button on the Library Browser

(CVS)

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/tcnj co tcnj_problib

Dartmouth College Library

This library has problems compatible with the Marsden and Tromba multi-dimensional calculus book. It also has problems compatible with the later chapters in Stewart's calculus book. (CVS)

This problem library is now a subsection of the Open Problem Library (OPL). You can search its directories using the "OPL directory" button on the Library Browser

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/dartmouth co dartmouth_problib

Detroit County Day School Math Problem Library (High School)

These high school and pre-calculus level problems were written by Mark Schmidt at Detroit Country Day School. Send corrections to gage at math.rochester.edu or to M.Schmitt at dcds.edu. (CVS)

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/dcds co dcds_problib

Indiana University Math Problem Library

No description. (CVS)

This problem library is now a subsection of the Open Problem Library (OPL). You can search its directories using the "OPL directory" button on the Library Browser

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/indiana co indiana_problib

Northern Arizona University Library

The Northern Arizona University Library has new problems for graph theory, statistics and pre-calculus. The setExamples set cleans up some of the problems in the Rochester Library's setMAAtutorial set and adds several more. Send corrections to Nandor.Sieben at nau.edu. (CVS)

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/nau co nau_problib

Union College Math Problem Library

The Union College Math Problem Library should now be fully functional. A few of the problems may not work as advertised, since they may have trouble finding the links to auxiliary materials, such as external graphs.

Davide Cervone and Kathryn Leash are principally responsible for designing these problems. The level set and 3d problems are particularly nice!!

Please send links of any problems that don't work to gage at math.rochester.edu or dpvc at union.edu or, better yet, enter them into the WeBWorK bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page. (CVS)

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/union co union_problib

UC Santa Barbara and Brooks/Cole

Problems inspired by Stewart's Calculus book. (CVS)

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/ucsb co ucsb_problib

University of Georgia Math Problem Library

WeBWorK mathematics homework problems created at the University of Georgia. Send corrections to Ted Ashton (ashted at math.uga.edu) or, even better, enter them into bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page. (CVS)

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/uga co uga_problib

University of Michigan Math Problem Library

This library contains problems related to the Hughes-Hallet et.al. Harvard Calculus text. Send corrections to Gavin LaRose, glarose at umich.edu, or even better, enter them into the WeBWorK bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page. (CVS)

The bulk of this problem library is now a subsection of the Open Problem Library (OPL). You can search its directories using the "OPL directory" button on the Library Browser

Note, however, that in the file-based library, there are also files for the University of Michigan Gateway Tests, which are not currently incorporated into the OPL.

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/umich co umich_problib

University of Rochester Math Problem Library

The Rochester Math Problem Library should now be fully functional. A few of the problems may not work as advertised, since they may have trouble finding the links to auxiliary materials, such as external graphs. Please send links of any problems that don't work to gage at math.rochester.edu or even better enter them into the WeBWorK bugzilla via the "report problem bugs" on the PG editor page. (CVS)

The Rochester library includes many problems prepared by Zbigniew Fiedorowicz at Ohio State University as well as a large number of problems prepared by Jun Wang at Alabama State University

This problem library is now a subsection of the Open Problem Library. (OPL). You can search its directories using the "OPL directory" button on the Library Browser

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/rochester co rochester_problib

University of Rochester Physics Problem Library

These physics problems were originally written in CAPA and mechanically translated into the PG language. Thanks to help from Frank Wolfs, the .eps file pictures now display properly. (CVS)

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/rochester co rochester_physics_problib

University of Rochester Grade 8 Math Problems

These problems, written largly by Tori Sweetser, contain material at the level of the New York State 8th grade exams. Many of these problems are written using the multiple choice and matching tools. Send corrections to gage at math.rochester.edu. (CVS)

To check out this library:

cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/rochester co rochester_grade8problems


Loyola University of Chicago Precalculus problems

To check out this library:

 cvs -d :pserver:anoncvs@cvs.webwork.rochester.edu:/webwork/cvs/loyola_chicago loyola_chicago_problib

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