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An interactive set of 8 12-question quizzes on integration, limits, and differentiation. Netscape 4.5 or later.
Material Type: Quiz/Test
Date Added to MERLOT: April 28, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: October 22, 2013
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Keywords: functions, graphs of lines, composite functions, quiz, parallel and perpendicular lines

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Netscape 4.5 or later.
Language: English
Cost Involved: no
Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no
Creative Commons: unsure

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Avatar for   Johnson
11 years ago

Johnson (Faculty)

1. I sat and browsed on this sight for about an hour. I took a quiz from each
section available

2. The site was very colorful and atractive. I thought it was a very helpful
site. The only problem that I found was when you got an answer wrong, it would
tell you that you were wrong and every once in a while give you an idea how to
finish the problem right, but otherwise it just said wrong. If a student can't
get it right, how are they suppose to know how to fix it and get it right the
next time?

3. I believe that students who use this site appropriately will learn quite a
bit from here. You can take as many quizzes as you want to, and they have a
"cheat sheet" on the right hand side to review the different equations.

4. I believe that first time users will find this software easy to use. All
you have to do is hit the start quiz button and it will give you the quiz you
need. You put the answer in the blank, or choose the correct answer and it will
give you automatic feedback.

Avatar for Tuiren Bratina
13 years ago

Tuiren Bratina (Faculty)

1. I spent 45 minutes working through the items on these pages.

2. Nice looking site. The interactivity is a good idea, but the way it is done
is a bit awkward. For example, I entered A. D. B. B. , a d b B, a. d. b. b.
for the answers to one of the Integration By Substitution problems. The
scripting requires that the "quiz taker" use only a d b b in order to get the
"CORRECT!" popup. The same technical coding is found in the "limits" quiz.

It is also noted that the multiple choice and matching format items are not the
best examples of following accepted item writing rules.

3. A lot of work went into this site. The author has some good material that
could be helpful to someone who needs to review some basic concepts.

Technical Remarks:

The user might believe it is easy to use, however, the user may receive
misleading feedback due to the way the items are formatted and coded.