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* [[Graph3DCylindrical1|Interactive 3D graph of a function in cylindrical coordinates.]]  Uses LiveGraphics3D Java applet to display an interactive graph.  <font color=gray>(Uses LiveGraphicsCylindricalPlot3D.pl)</font>
 
* [[Graph3DCylindrical1|Interactive 3D graph of a function in cylindrical coordinates.]]  Uses LiveGraphics3D Java applet to display an interactive graph.  <font color=gray>(Uses LiveGraphicsCylindricalPlot3D.pl)</font>
 
* [[VectorFieldGraph2D1|Graphing a vector field in 2D.]]  Plotting a vector field in the plane.  <font color=gray>(Uses PGgraphmacros.pl and VectorField2D.pl)</font>
 
* [[VectorFieldGraph2D1|Graphing a vector field in 2D.]]  Plotting a vector field in the plane.  <font color=gray>(Uses PGgraphmacros.pl and VectorField2D.pl)</font>
* [[VectorFieldGraph3D1|Graphing a vector field in 3D.]]  Plotting a vector field in space.  <font color=gray>(Uses )</font>
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* [[VectorFieldGraph3D1|Graphing a vector field in 3D.]]  Plotting a vector field in space.  <font color=gray>(Uses "LiveGraphicsVectorField3D.pl",
 
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=== Links to Documentation ===
 
=== Links to Documentation ===

Revision as of 03:26, 21 December 2010

Any additions to the problems below should use the format of the full problem template. Also, your example should illustrate the technique without giving away the answer to an existing WeBWorK question.

Contents

Complete Problem Authoring Templates by Subject Area

This page has complete examples of problem templates organized by subject area. Within each subject, we give an explicit and brief description of the essential characteristics of each type of question. To keep overlap to a minimum, we try to give an example of each problem technique exactly once, which means you may need to look for a particular problem technique under other subject headings until you find it. We try to give a fairly complete list of techniques, rather than a complete list of types of questions that one might ask in each subject. All of these questions exist in the National Problem Library (NPL) at NationalProblemLibrary/FortLewis/Authoring/Templates/ A detailed list of code snippets for specific problem techniques has it's own category: index of problem techniques.


Miscellaneous Templates


Algebra


Trigonometry


Precalculus


Differential Calculus


Integral Calculus


Sequences and Series


Parametric Equations and Vector Parametric Equations


Multivariable Differential Calculus


Multivariable Integral Calculus


Vector Calculus


Differential Equations


Linear Algebra


Complex Analysis

Miscellaneous Topics


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Links to Documentation

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