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Hello,
 
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=== Welcome to WeBWorK! ===
   
Wondering if you accepted guest posts on your site. Also would you be willing to insert links in existing posts?
 
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WeBWorK is a system that allows professors to put homework problems on the web and allows you to solve these problems online. Using WeBWorK, you typically may try to answer homework problems more than once. After each try, a message appears telling you whether the answer is correct or not. This allows you to find out what you did wrong and to understand the topic of the question better.
   
How much would you charge for this?
 
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Each WeBWorK problem set is individualized; each student has a different version of each problem (for example, the numerical values in the formulas may be slightly different).
   
Justin
 
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=Most commonly viewed Student pages=
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{|width = "100%" align="center"
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|Available Functions|Available Functions|A list of available symbols and functions|Functions.png}}
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|Mathematical notation recognized by WeBWorK|Mathematical notation recognized by WeBWorK|Operators, grouping symbols, etc.|ILIC symbol.gif}}
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|Logging into WeBWorK|Logging into WeBWorK|Directions on how to log into WeBWorK|Webwork square.gif}}
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|Completing homework online|Completing homework online|Screenshots to help you identify the important parts of the assignments |Homework2.png}}
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|Units|Units|A list of units used in WeBWorK|Units.png}}
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|Interval Notation|Interval Notation|When to use (, [, ), and ]|Interval.png}}
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|}
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=Short Instructions=
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{|width = "100%" align="center"
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|Changing your email address or password|Email and passwords|Changing your email address or password|gartoon-mail-48px.png}}
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|Printing your homework|Printing your homework|Print a copy of your homework|Printer.png}}
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|Contacting your instructor|Contacting your instructor|Ask your instructor|user-phd-48px.png}}
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|Viewing your scores|Viewing your scores|Check how you are doing on your assignments |Question-page.png}}
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[[Category:Students]]

Revision as of 15:57, 26 February 2021

Welcome to WeBWorK!

WeBWorK is a system that allows professors to put homework problems on the web and allows you to solve these problems online. Using WeBWorK, you typically may try to answer homework problems more than once. After each try, a message appears telling you whether the answer is correct or not. This allows you to find out what you did wrong and to understand the topic of the question better.

Each WeBWorK problem set is individualized; each student has a different version of each problem (for example, the numerical values in the formulas may be slightly different).


Most commonly viewed Student pages

Functions.png
Available Functions
A list of available symbols and functions
Mathematical notation recognized by WeBWorK
Operators, grouping symbols, etc.
Webwork square.gif
Logging into WeBWorK
Directions on how to log into WeBWorK
Homework2.png
Completing homework online
Screenshots to help you identify the important parts of the assignments
Units.png
Units
A list of units used in WeBWorK
Interval.png
Interval Notation
When to use (, [, ), and ]

Short Instructions

Gartoon-mail-48px.png
Email and passwords
Changing your email address or password
Printer.png
Printing your homework
Print a copy of your homework
User-phd-48px.png
Contacting your instructor
Ask your instructor
Question-page.png
Viewing your scores
Check how you are doing on your assignments