Answering Questions

In order to view questions a category must be selected, once the category is selected it will display a question that contains an input box that can be used to submit the answer.

Chapter Questions:

All questions are accessed by selecting a chapter of questions that are going to be practiced. When the application starts the first usable screen is the course screen which lists the courses.  Selecting a course brings you to the chapter and progress screens.  (Figure 1 shows the chapter progress screen that lists the problem sets for "One Variable Equations".)

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Selecting a Problem Set:

To select a problem set of questions you simply press on it and the app will then generate a question to be answered. Questions vary in difficulty from level 1 through level 4, and the level generated will be based upon the number of previous questions in that category that were answered correctly. (Figure 2 shows a sample level 4  problem being displayed after the Volume of Cylinders problem set has been pressed.)

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Submitting an Answer:

Answers may be in the form of multiple-choice or free entry. 

displayed, pressing in the available answer box/boxes will cause a keyboard to be displayed that can be used to submit the answer. (Figure 3 shows a multiple-choice entry and Figure 4 shows a free entry form)

Multiple-Choice (Figure 3)

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Free-Entry (Figure 4)

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Filling out a Free-Entry Form

 Select the input area that you wish to enter a value. (Figure 5 shows where the input areas are located). The input area will turn green to indicate that you can enter a value. (Figure 6 shows an active input area). Enter the value. (Figure 7 shows the input value entered for x). Once both values are entered select answer. (Figure 8 shows an answer that is ready to be submitted). 

Input-Area (Figure 5)

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Active Input Area (Figure 6)

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Input Value Entered (Figure 7)

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Answer Ready to Submit (Figure 8)

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Show-Hide:

On smaller screens the input may have a show-hide feature. This allows the student to see the entire problem without having to draw the problem overly small. To change between show-hide slick the word(s) "Show" or "Hide".  (Figure 9 shows the input. Figure 10 shows the input hidden). 

Show (Figure 9)

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Hide (Figure 10)

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