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==Basic Information==
 
==Basic Information==
 
WeBWorK problems should be written with the use of MathObjects. Most of the templates mentioned above will include the MathObject Macros (recognizable by the line "MathObjects.pl" in the LoadMacros section of the code). For those who would like to read up on the basics of coding problems the following pages are recommended:
 
WeBWorK problems should be written with the use of MathObjects. Most of the templates mentioned above will include the MathObject Macros (recognizable by the line "MathObjects.pl" in the LoadMacros section of the code). For those who would like to read up on the basics of coding problems the following pages are recommended:
* '''[[Problem Authoring Background Information]]''' -- includes a PG language overview, some comments about editing problems and ensuring server access.
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* '''[[Problem Authoring Background Information]]''' This article includes a PG language overview, some comments about editing problems and ensuring server access.
* '''[[:Category:MathObjects|MathObjects]]''' -- information on authoring problems using MathObjects.
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* '''[[SampleProblem4 |PGML]]''' (Template 4) shows the standard outline of a problem, which includes a ''tagging and description section'', ''an initialization section'', ''a problem set-up section'', ''a text section'', and optional ''answer and solution sections''.
** '''[[MathObjects reference table]]''' -- a quick reference.
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* See '''[[:Category:MathObjects|MathObjects]]''' for more information on authoring problems using MathObjects.
** '''[[Introduction to Contexts]]''' -- how to use Numeric, Complex, Vector, Matrix, Interval, and other contexts in problems.
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* See '''[[ PGLabs]]''' to try out code fragments on line -- including code fragments containing MathObjects. This is a quick way to learn the fine points of the MathObject syntax.
** '''[[Reduction rules for MathObject Formulas]]''' -- a table of ''The Reduction Rules and their Actions''.
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* '''[https://testcourses.webwork.maa.org/webwork2/PREP13_Problem_Authoring/Workshop2_AM/ Davide Cervone's presentation to PREP, June 11, 2013]''' use guest login to view
** '''[https://testcourses.webwork.maa.org/webwork2/PREP14_Problem_Authoring/Workshop2/?login_practice_user=true Davide Cervone's presentation on MathObjects to PREP, June, 2014]'''
 
* '''[[:Category:PGML|PGML]]''' -- information on authoring problem using the PGML markup language.
 
** '''[[SampleProblem4 |Template 4]]''' -- the standard outline of a problem using PGML, which includes a ''tagging and description section'', ''an initialization section'', ''a problem set-up section'', ''a text section'', and optional ''answer and solution sections''.
 
** '''[https://testcourses.webwork.maa.org/webwork2/PREP14_Problem_Authoring/Workshop3-PGML/?login_practice_user=true Davide Cervone's presentation on PGML to PREP, June, 2014]'''
 
* '''[[PGLabs|PG-Labs]]''' -- try out code fragments on line including code fragments containing MathObjects and PGML. This is a quick way to learn the fine points of the MathObject and PGML syntax.
 
   
 
==Templates, programming examples, and problem libraries from the University of Lethbridge==
 
==Templates, programming examples, and problem libraries from the University of Lethbridge==

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