WeBWork Wiki
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Students cannot see homework sets until you assign the sets to them. In fact, there are two things that must happen before a student can see a set:
* The set must be assigned to the student, and
* the set must be visible.
If those two are true, then the student can see that the set exists. If, further, the current date is after the Open Date of the set, then the student can view the set.text/html2014-01-09T08:34:39-08:00admincreating_your_course
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To have a WeBWorK course set up, please email help@math with the following information:
* Your name
* Course number and sectiontext/html2013-04-02T10:22:25-08:00admindropping_students
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Students who have dropped your course are not automatically removed. If you need to drop a student yourself, please do NOT delete them from WebWork. Instead, do the following.
* Login to WebWork.
* Go to “Classlist Editor” under the Instructor Tools Menu.
* Search for the user by username.
* Click the pencil next to their username.
* Put a “D” in front of their section. So their section should now read “D01, D02,...” etc.
* When it's time to enter grades into SmartSite, you will be …text/html2012-01-26T09:23:38-08:00adminchanging_passwords
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This describes how the instrutor or TA can change the password for any person in the class. This is useful when a student has forgotten their password after changing it on their own.
First we must look for the student and indicate that we want to change their password.text/html2012-01-10T12:04:46-08:00getting_started_students
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Here is a short guide to WebWork for students.
* Here is a Login Tutorial
* Learn how to change your password
* WebWork accepts the following mathematical notation
* Learn how to enter interval notation
* You can print your homework and print solutions
* After completing homework, you can view your scores
* Here are some FAQ studentstext/html2012-01-10T12:01:15-08:00printing_answers
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If your instructor allows the answers to homework to be posted, you can print them off very easily. NOTE: The solutions won't be available until at least the due date. This is almost identical to printing your homework:
* Login to WebWork
* Click on the homework assignment you wish to print solutions
* Click the link: “Download a hardcopy of this homework set”
* At the bottom of the page, check the box for “Solutions”, then click the button: “Generate hardcopy for selected sets and sele…text/html2011-09-27T17:59:21-08:00herethefirst_title - created
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The MAA maintains an extensive library of WeBWorK documentation. Documentation for authors is available at <http://webwork.maa.org/wiki/Category:Authors>.
* For the novice problem author: jump right in to some sample problems, available at <http://webwork.maa.org/wiki/BasicProblemTemplates>.
* For the intermediate problem author: an index of code fragments to accomplish common tasks is available at <http://webwork.maa.org/wiki/Category:Problem_Techniques>.
* For the advanced problem autho…text/html2011-06-19T03:27:37-08:00rthomasstart - Replaced a link
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Welcome to the UC Davis Mathematics Department WebWork Help Wiki.
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Getting Started
* What is WebWork?
* FAQs
Student Information
* Getting Started Students
* Login Tutorial
* Changing Your Password
* Mathematical Notation
* Interval Notationtext/html2011-06-19T03:26:06-08:00rthomascan_t_generate_enough_valid_points_for_comparison - created page
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Webwork compares functions by plugging in some points and seeing if they match. This error means that Webwork failed when trying to compare the student's function/equation to the correct function/equation. This occurs when the numbers it tries to plug in to the correct function and the student's function are not in the domain of one or both functions. It can also occur due to computational limitations of WeBWorK's Perl-based arithmetic enginetext/html2011-06-19T03:22:12-08:00rthomasconnection_times_out_when_saving_problems - created page
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If editing or creating homework problems through WeBWorK's own text editor, your browser may report a connection timeout when you attempt to save a problem. Usually, the timeout occurs after saving the problem when WeBWorK is trying to view the updated problem. So, after saving the problem, try opening the problem in a different window or tab. Another solution is to use an external text editor to create problems, then upload them using WeBWorK's File Manager.text/html2011-06-19T03:19:15-08:00rthomasdue_date_changes_after_setting_it - created page
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If you set an Open Date, Due Date, or Answer Date, save changes, then notice that the time has mysteriously changed by one hour, you may have forgotten to account for Daylight Savings Time. Try setting the date again, but this time change “PST” to “PDT” or vice versa.