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* [[CommentsForInstructors|Comments (for Instructors) Visible in the Problem Library]]
 
* [[CommentsForInstructors|Comments (for Instructors) Visible in the Problem Library]]
 
* [[ComposingFunctions|Composition of Functions as Correct Answer]]
 
* [[ComposingFunctions|Composition of Functions as Correct Answer]]
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* [[CompoundProblems|Compound (Multi-part, sequential) Problems]] (<em>see also</em> [[Scaffold]])
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* [[CompoundProblems|Compound (Multi-part, sequential) Problems]]
 
* [[ConstantsInProblems|Constants in Problems]]
 
* [[ConstantsInProblems|Constants in Problems]]
 
* [[FormulasToConstants|Constant Differences (Additive) Between Student and Correct Answers]]
 
* [[FormulasToConstants|Constant Differences (Additive) Between Student and Correct Answers]]

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