Introduction to WeBWorK •WeBWorK is not textbook based. Its library contains almost 30,000 homework problems contributed by authors from many universities across the country. •Supported courses include college algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus, single and multivariable calculus, differential equations,
WebWork. In addition to written work you must complete WebWork assignments. There are several WebWork sets that will be set during the semester. To get a full score in the WebWork you have to answer correctly 90% of the questions over the whole semester. The WebWork does not start until a couple of weeks into the semester at which
6. If using a decimal to approximate an answer, use at least 3 . non-zero. digits to the right of the decimal. For example, to enter . 1/15, enter at least . 0.0667. If only 0.067 is entered, WeBWorK would count the. result incorrect. To be safe, enter as many decimal digits as your calculator displays.
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Just hit the \Submit Answers" button after reading these. That way webwork will give you a score for these problems! The remaining problems in this set all have boxes where you have to type in answers. Remember to click \submit answers" when you are done with each problem. There will be more webwork assignment sets as the semester progresses.
The recitation instructor will help explain some review questions for the first part of recitation then you will have 30min to take the quiz. Download and print our Wk5 in class problems and bring them with you to class; Watch the 7.1 videos before Monday’s Class, watch 7.2 videos before Wednesday’s Class, and the 7.3 videos before Friday ...
answer(s) in the box(es), click "Preview Answers" at the bottom of the page to check that WebWorK is interpreting your answers as you intended, and if that's the case then click "Check Answers". If your answer is correct, WebWorK will state this in green, and you will receive credit for the problem.