### Re: finding problems from specific texts

by Gavin LaRose -If you have the NPL installed you should be able to search it by textbook. Accordingly, if you don't have it installed, you may want to see if you can grab it so as to have that functionality.

The information about the textbook a problem is associated with is embedded in the problem for the problems that are in the NPL. For example, a problem should have comments similar to the following, which are used to build the NPL database that allows searching for problems.

## KEYWORDS('calculus','function','rate of change','linear equations')

## DBsubject('Calculus')

## DBchapter('Functions and Models')

## DBsection('Four Ways to Represent a Function')

## Author('Gavin LaRose');

## Institution('University of Michigan')

## TitleText1('Calculus')

## EditionText1('4')

## EditionText2('5')

## AuthorText1('Hughes-Hallett')

## AuthorText2('Hughes-Hallett')

## Section1('1.1')

## Section2('1.1')

## Problem1('9')

## Problem2('11')

All that said, I don't know if there are any problems in the NPL from the two textbooks you indicate.

Gavin