Difference between revisions of "MatchingStaticGraphs"
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loadMacros( 
loadMacros( 

−  +  "PGstandard.pl", 

−  +  "PGunion.pl", 

−  +  "MathObjects.pl", 

−  +  "contextABCD.pl", 

−  +  "imageChoice.pl", 

−  +  "PGcourse.pl", 

); 
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−  Context("ABCD")>strings>add("E" 
+  Context("ABCD")>strings>add("E"=>{},"F"=>{},"?"=>{},"No_answer"=>{}); 
install_problem_grader(~~&std_problem_grader); 
install_problem_grader(~~&std_problem_grader); 
Revision as of 02:07, 23 November 2009
Matching Problems That Have Static Graphic Images
This code shows how to create a matching problem for functions and their graphs using MathObjects. Students input their answers using dropdown select lists (popup lists).
PG problem file  Explanation 

DOCUMENT(); loadMacros( "PGstandard.pl", "PGunion.pl", "MathObjects.pl", "contextABCD.pl", "imageChoice.pl", "PGcourse.pl", ); 
Initialization: We need to include many macro files. 
$size = [150,150]; # the size of the images $tsize = 250; # tex size of the images # # Array of functions and their associated GIFs or PNGs # @QA = ( "\( f(x,y) = \displaystyle \frac{1}{x^2 + y^2} \)", "plot1.png", "\( f(x,y) =  y^2 \)", "plot2.png", "\( f(x,y) = x^3  \sin(y) \)", "plot3.png", "\( f(x,y) = x + 2y + 3 \)", "plot4.png", "\( f(x,y) =  4 e^{x^2  y^2} \)", "plot5.png", ); $ml = new_image_match_list( link => 1, # do not link to separate image size => $size, # image size in pixels tex_size => $tsize, # tex size in precent times 10 columns => 3, # number of columns ); $ml>{separation} = 3; # separation for questions in the list $ml>rf_print_q(~~&pop_up_list_print_q); # use popuplists $ml > ra_pop_up_list([ No_answer=>"?", A=>"A", B=>"B", C=>"C", D=>"D", E=>"E" ] ); $ml>qa(@QA); # set the questions and answers $ml>choose(5); # select 5 of them #$ml>choose_extra(1); # and show the other 1 
Setup: This is probably the only section you need to modify. Create an array of questions (functions) and a corresponding array of images. You probably want six or fewer graphs to be displayed. Image files must be GIF or PNG and be located in the same directory as the pg file.
For each PG problem with static images, you should put both the PG file and the image files into their own separate subdirectory. This subdirectory should be located somewhere under the course 
TEXT(beginproblem()); BEGIN_TEXT Match each function with its graph. Click on a graph to make it larger. $PAR \{$ml>print_q\} $PAR \{$ml>print_a\} $PAR END_TEXT 
Main Text: Modify the instructions if you want. 
Context("ABCD")>strings>add("E"=>{},"F"=>{},"?"=>{},"No_answer"=>{}); install_problem_grader(~~&std_problem_grader); $showPartialCorrectAnswers = 0; ANS(string_cmp($ml>ra_correct_ans)); ENDDOCUMENT(); 
Answer Evaluation: You may need to add more strings to the context. 
This code shows how to create a matching problem for functions and their graphs without using MathObjects. Students input their answers using dropdown select lists (popup lists).
PG problem file  Explanation 

DOCUMENT(); loadMacros( "PG.pl", "PGbasicmacros.pl", "PGchoicemacros.pl", "PGanswermacros.pl", ); 
Initialization: We need to include the 
@questions = ( "\( f(x,y) = \displaystyle \frac{1}{x^2 + y^2} \)", "\( f(x,y) =  y^2 \)", "\( f(x,y) = x^3  \sin(y) \)", "\( f(x,y) = x + 2y + 3 \)", "\( f(x,y) =  e^{x^2  y^2} \)", ); @images = ( "1229a.gif", "1229b.gif", "1229c.gif", "1229d.gif", "1229e.gif", ); $n = scalar(@questions); $k = $n; # $k can be less than $n @subset = NchooseK($n,$k); 
Setup: This is probably the only section you need to modify. Create an array of questions (functions) and a corresponding array of images. Set the number of questions displayed, $k, manually if you like. You probably don't want more than five graphs to be displayed. Image files must be GIF or PNG and be located in the same directory as the pg file. 
@subset_of_questions = @questions[@subset]; @subset_of_images = @images[@subset]; @permutation = NchooseK($k,$k); @shuffled_subset_of_images = @subset_of_images[@permutation]; @captions = @ALPHABET[0..$k1]; TEXT(beginproblem()); BEGIN_TEXT Match each function with its graph. If you click on a graph, a larger graph will appear in a new window. $BR$BR END_TEXT for $j (1..$k) { BEGIN_TEXT $j. \{ pop_up_list(['?', @captions]) \} $SPACE @subset_of_questions[$j1] $BR$BR END_TEXT } BEGIN_TEXT \{imageRow(~~@shuffled_subset_of_images,~~@captions)\} END_TEXT 
Main Text: You may modify the instructions if you want. 
install_problem_grader(~~&std_problem_grader); $showPartialCorrectAnswers = 0; ANS(str_cmp([@ALPHABET[invert(@permutation)]])); ENDDOCUMENT(); 
Answer Evaluation: You should not need to modify this section at all. 
This code shows how to create a matching problem for graphs and other graphs without using MathObjects. Students input their answers using dropdown select lists (popup lists).
PG problem file  Explanation 

DOCUMENT(); loadMacros( "PG.pl", "PGbasicmacros.pl", "PGchoicemacros.pl", "PGanswermacros.pl", ); 
Initialization: We need to include the 
@surfaces = ( "Surface02.png", "Surface04.png", "Surface09.png", "Surface10.png", ); @contours = ( "Contour02.png", "Contour04.png", "Contour09.png", "Contour10.png", ); $n = scalar(@questions); $k = $n; # $k can be less than $n @subset = NchooseK($n,$k); 
Setup: This is probably the only section you need to modify. Create an array of surfaces and a corresponding array of contour plots. You could also do this for functions and their derivatives. Set the number of questions displayed, $k, manually if you like. You probably don't want more than five graphs to be displayed. Image files must be GIF or PNG and be located in the same directory as the pg file. 
@subset_of_surfaces = @surfaces[@subset]; @subset_of_contours = @contours[@subset]; @permutation = NchooseK($k,$k); @shuffled_subset_of_contours = @subset_of_contours[@permutation]; @numbercaptions = (1..$k); @alphacaptions = @ALPHABET[0..$k1]; TEXT(beginproblem()); BEGIN_TEXT Match each graph with its contour plot. If you click on a graph, a larger graph will appear in a new window. Green contours represent lower elevations, and red contours represent higher elevations. In the contour plots, the xaxis is horizontal and the yaxis is vertical, as usual. $BR$BR END_TEXT for $j (1..$k) { BEGIN_TEXT $j. \{ pop_up_list(['?', @alphacaptions]) \} $SPACE$SPACE$SPACE$SPACE$SPACE END_TEXT } BEGIN_TEXT \{imageRow(~~@subset_of_surfaces,~~@numbercaptions)\} \{imageRow(~~@shuffled_subset_of_contours,~~@alphacaptions)\} END_TEXT 
Main Text: You may modify the instructions if you want. We display the popup lists on a single line so that they are visually arranged in the same way as the graphs. 
install_problem_grader(~~&std_problem_grader); $showPartialCorrectAnswers = 0; ANS(str_cmp([@ALPHABET[invert(@permutation)]])); ENDDOCUMENT(); 
Answer Evaluation: You should not need to modify this section at all. 