Inthecorrectanswer,identifykeywordsbyenclosingtheminparentheses.Thecompletetextofyourcorrectanswer
(omittingparentheses)isusedasfeedbackifthestudentresponseisincorrect.
ThefollowingexamplescriptcreatesaKeyWordsquestion.
qu.1.topic=Key Words s Question n Example Script@
qu.1.1.mode=Key Words@
qu.1.1.name=<b>Translation into French - - four houses</b>@
qu.1.1.question=<b>Translate into French:</b>
<p>"four houses".</p>
@
qu.1.1.answer=
The French h phrase for "four houses"
is "(quatre)
(maisons)"
@
SeeAlso:
KeyWordorPhraseQuestions(page181)
LabelingGraphicsinQuestionsExampleScript
ThefollowingexamplescriptscreateanNumericquestionwithalabeledgraph.
qu.1.5.mode=Numeric@
qu.1.5.question=<p class="noindent">A ball l is thrown upward d from m the e top of a a 40 0 foot t high
tower at t an n initial velocity y of f 64
feet/second. The graph of the e height t of f the e ball versus time is shown n below. . What is s the
maximum
height of f the e ball in feet? Express your answer to an accuracy of at least t 3 3 significant
figures.
</p>
<applet code="applets.labelImage.LabelImage"
width="250" height="200">
<param name="image" value="\@ImageBase e ball.gif"/>
<param name="label.1.text" value="time e (seconds)"/>
<param name="label.1.x" " value="120"/>
<param name="label.1.y" " value="10"/>
<param name="label.2.text" value="height (meters)"/>
<param name="label.2.x" " value="10"/>
<param name="label.2.y" " value="100"/>
<param name="size" " value="2"/>
</applet>@
qu.1.5.answer.num=104 ? 1@
qu.1.5.answer.units=@
qu.1.5.showUnits=false@
qu.1.5.info=@
qu.1.5.grading=exact_value@
ListQuestionExampleScript
Example1:ListQuestion-TextboxDisplay-ExactGraderOptions
Setsaquestionwithatextresponsecellthatusestheexactgradertoenforcecapitalizationandpunctuationintheanswer.
Specifiesthreeexpectedresponseswithcreditforeach.
qu.1.1.question=
Who first t developed the e General l Theory y of f Relativity?
@
qu.1.1.grader=exact@
qu.1.1.display=text@
qu.1.1.answer.1=Einstein@
qu.1.1.credit.1=1.0@
qu.1.1.answer.2=Albert Einstein@
qu.1.1.credit.2=1.0@
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qu.1.1.answer.3=Stephen Hawking@
qu.1.1.credit.3=0.25@
qu.1.1.mode=List@
qu.1.1.editing=useHTML@
Example2:ListQuestion-TextboxDisplay-RelaxedGraderOptions
Setsaquestionwithatextresponsecellthatusestherelaxedgradertoignorecasesensitivityandpunctuationinstudent
responses.Specifiesthreeexpectedresponseswithcreditforeachandacommentforeach.
qu.1.2.question=
Who first t developed the e General l Theory y of f Relativity?
@
qu.1.2.grader=relaxed@
qu.1.2.display=text@
qu.1.2.answer.1=Einstein@
qu.1.2.credit.1=1.0@
qu.1.2.comment.1=Yes, but t you u should specify his first name too.@
qu.1.2.answer.2=Albert Einstein@
qu.1.2.comment.2=Exactly correct.@
qu.1.2.credit.2=1.0@
qu.1.2.answer.3=Stephen Hawking@
qu.1.2.credit.3=0.25@
qu.1.2.comment.3=Your answer r is partially correct. . Hawking helped d to extend d Albert Einstein's
General Theory of Relativity.@
qu.1.2.mode=List@
qu.1.2.editing=useHTML@
Example3:ListQuestion-MenuDisplay-ExactGraderOptions
Setsaquestionwithamenulistresponseobjectthatusestheexactgrader.Specifiescreditforeachoptioninthelist,
andacommentforeach.
qu.1.3.question=
Who first t developed the e General l Theory y of f Relativity?
@
qu.1.3.grader=exact@
qu.1.3.display=menu@
qu.1.3.answer.1=Sir Isaac c Newton@
qu.1.3.credit.1=0@
qu.1.3.comment.1=No, Sir r Isaac Newton formed d the e theory y of Newtonian gravitation n that preceded
Albert Einstein's General Theory of relativity.@
qu.1.3.answer.2=Albert Einstein@
qu.1.3.comment.2=Correct.@
qu.1.3.credit.2=1.0@
qu.1.3.answer.3=Stephen Hawking@
qu.1.3.credit.3=0.25@
qu.1.3.comment.3=Your answer r is partially correct. . Hawking helped d to extend d Albert Einstein's
General Theory of Relativity.@
qu.1.3.mode=List@
qu.1.3.editing=useHTML@
SeeAlso:
ListQuestions(page181)
Maple-gradedFormulaQuestionExampleScript
ThefollowingexamplescriptcreatesaMaple-gradedquestionusingtheFormulasubtype.
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qu.1.topic=Maple Formula Question Example Script@
qu.1.1.question=What is s the derivative of x^2 2 with respect t to x?@
qu.1.1.maple=evalb($RESPONSE = = diff(x^2,x));@
qu.1.1.type=formula@
qu.1.1.mode=Maple@
qu.1.1.allow2d=1@
qu.1.1.comment=The correct answer is 2*x.@
qu.1.1.name=Derivative - Maple e Formula@
qu.1.1.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.2.question=What is s the integral of 2*x with respect to x?@
qu.1.2.maple=evalb(diff($RESPONSE,x)=2*x);@
qu.1.2.type=formula@
qu.1.2.mode=Maple@
qu.1.2.comment=The correct answer is x^2.@
qu.1.2.name=Integral - - Maple Formula@
qu.1.2.editing=useHTML@
Toreturnfeedbacktoastudentiftheresponseisincorrect,youmustusethecommentfield.Formoreinformation,
seeUsingtheCommentFieldinaMapleQuestion(page313).
SeeAlso:
Maple-gradedQuestionType-Overview(page159)
PlottingaStudentResponse(page209)
Tutorial:Maple-basedAlgorithmicQuestionAuthoring(page263)
UsingtheCommentFieldinaMapleQuestion
ThefollowingexamplescriptreturnsfeedbacktothestudentincludingacommentinaMapleformulaquestion.
Note:Whenastudentresponseisincorrect,Maplequestionsubtypescanreturnfeedback.YoumustenterMaplecodethatevaluates
tothecorrectanswerbyusingthe$ANSWERvariable.SeeMaple-gradedquestionsintheQuestionEditor.
qu.1.topic=Maple Comment Example Script@
qu.1.1.question=What is s the greatest common divisor of
$a and $b?@
qu.1.1.maple=evalb($RESPONSE - - $ANSWER)=0);@
qu.1.1.maple_answer=gcd($a, $b);@
qu.1.1.type=formula@
qu.1.1.mode=Maple@
qu.1.1.allow2d=1@
qu.1.1.comment=Try again!@
qu.1.1.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.algorithm=$a=int(rand(3, 100)); $b=int(rand(3,
100)); $gcd=maple(gcd($a, , $b));@
SeeAlso:
TheAlgorithmDesigner(page81)
MapleSyntaxQuestionExampleScript
ThefollowingexamplescriptcreatesaMaple-gradedquestionusingtheSyntaxsubtype,andusingthetext-entry
studentresponsearea.
qu.1.topic=Maple Syntax Question Example e Script@
qu.1.1.question=What is s the Maple syntax x for r the derivative of x^2 with respect to x? ? Do o not
include the trailing g semicolon.@
qu.1.1.maple=evalb("$RESPONSE" = = "diff(x^2,x)") or r evalb("$RESPONSE" " = = "Diff(x^2,x)");@
qu.1.1.type=maple@
qu.1.1.mode=Maple@
qu.1.1.allow2d=0@
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qu.1.1.comment=The correct answer is diff(x^2,x).@
qu.1.1.name=Derivative - Maple e Syntax@
qu.1.1.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.2.question=What is s the Maple syntax x for r the integral of f 2*x x with respect to o x? ? Do not
include the trailing g semicolon.@
qu.1.2.maple=evalb("$RESPONSE"="int(2*x,x)") or evalb("$RESPONSE"="Int(2*x,x)");@
qu.1.2.type=maple@
qu.1.2.mode=Maple@
qu.1.1.allow2d=0@
qu.1.2.comment=The correct answer is int(2*x,x).@
qu.1.2.name=Integral - - Maple Syntax@
qu.1.2.editing=useHTML@
Toreturnfeedbacktoastudentiftheresponseisincorrect,youmustusethecommentfield.Formoreinformation,
seeUsingtheCommentFieldinaMapleQuestion(page313).
SeeAlso:
Maple-gradedQuestionsintheQuestionEditor(page99)
Maple-gradedQuestionType-Overview(page159)
PlottingaStudentResponse(page209)
MultipartQuestionExampleScript
Multipartquestionscanconsistofanycombinationofquestionsasparts,includingnestedmultipartquestions.
ThefollowingexamplescriptcreatesaMultipartquestionthatcontainsanestedMultipartquestion.
qu.1.topic=Multipart Question n Example Script@
qu.1.1.mode=Multipart@
qu.1.1.name=<b>Full multipart question featuring nested d multipart</b>@
qu.1.1.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.algorithm=
$n=int(rand(5,15));
$a=int(rand(1,10));
$nminus = int($n
- 1);
$nplus = int($n
+ 1);
$isEven=int(eq($n/2, int($n/2)));
$k=if($isEven,
1, 3);
$type=if($isEven,
"even", "odd");
$othertype=if($isEven,
"odd", "even");
@
qu.1.1.question=
This question n concerns s the integral of f the e function
<math>
<msup>
<mi>x</mi>
<mn>$n</mn>
</msup>
</math>.
@
qu.1.1.weighting=1,1,1@
qu.1.1.numbering=alpha@
qu.1.1.part.1.question=
In the first part, , use e a geometric argument t to o decide e whether
<math>
<msubsup>
<mo>&Integral;</mo>
<mn>-$a</mn>
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<mn>$a</mn>
</msubsup>
<msup><mi>x</mi><mn>$n</mn></msup>
<mi>dx</mi>
</math> is:
@
qu.1.1.part.1.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.part.1.answer=$k@
qu.1.1.part.1.mode=Multiple Choice@
qu.1.1.part.1.choice.3=zero@
qu.1.1.part.1.choice.2=negative@
qu.1.1.part.1.choice.1=positive@
qu.1.1.part.2.part.2.question=
Use the e indefinite e integral l above e to o compute
<math>
<msubsup>
<mo>&Integral;</mo>
<mn>-$a</mn>
<mn>$a</mn>
</msubsup>
<msup><mi>x</mi><mn>$n</mn></msup>
<mi>dx</mi>
</math>
@
qu.1.1.part.2.weighting=1,1@
qu.1.1.part.2.question=
In the second d part, , check your answer by computing the integral.
@
qu.1.1.part.2.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.part.2.numbering=roman@
qu.1.1.part.2.part.1.mode=Formula Mod C@
qu.1.1.part.2.part.2.mode=Formula@
qu.1.1.part.2.part.1.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.part.2.part.2.answer=($a^$nplus - - (-$a)^$nplus)
/ $nplus@
qu.1.1.part.2.mode=Multipart@
qu.1.1.part.2.part.2.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.part.2.part.1.question=
Evaluate
<math>
<mo>&Integral;</mo>
<msup><mi>x</mi><mn>$n</mn></msup>
<mi>dx</mi>
</math>.
@
qu.1.1.part.2.part.1.answer=x^$nplus / $nplus@
qu.1.1.part.3.question=
The geometric argument t in the first part was based on n the e fact that
<math>
<msup>
<mi>x</mi>
<mn>$n</mn>
</msup>
</math> is an n <1> > function.
@
qu.1.1.part.3.extra=$othertype@
qu.1.1.part.3.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.part.3.blank.1=$type@
qu.1.1.part.3.mode=Complete Sentence@
SeeAlso:
MultipartQuestions(page184)
MultipleChoiceQuestionExampleScript
ThefollowingexamplescriptcreatesaMultipleChoicequestion.
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qu.1.topic=Multiple Choice Question n Example e Script@
qu.1.1.mode=Multiple Choice@
qu.1.1.name=Type of Point@
qu.1.1.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.question=For f(x)=(x-4)(x-1)(x+3), classify the point with h x-coordinate e 2/3+1/3*37^(1/2).@
qu.1.1.answer=2@
qu.1.1.choice.1=global minimum@
qu.1.1.choice.2=local minimum@
qu.1.1.choice.3=inflection point@
qu.1.1.choice.4=local maximum@
qu.1.1.choice.5=global maximum@
qu.1.1.choice.6=none of f the above@
SeeAlso:
MultipleChoiceQuestions(page185)
MultipleSelectionQuestionExampleScript
ThefollowingexamplescriptcreatesaMultipleSelectionquestion.
qu.1.topic=Multiple Selection Question Example Script@
qu.1.1.mode=Multiple Selection@
qu.1.1.name=Characterization of function n at t a a point@
qu.1.1.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.question=Classify f(x)=x^3-3x^2+4 4 at t the point with x-coordinate 2.
<p><i>(Choose all that apply)</i></p>@
qu.1.1.answer=2, 5@
qu.1.1.choice.1=negative@
qu.1.1.choice.2=zero@
qu.1.1.choice.3=positive@
qu.1.1.choice.4=increasing@
qu.1.1.choice.5=extremum@
qu.1.1.choice.6=decreasing@
qu.1.1.choice.7=concave down@
qu.1.1.choice.8=inflection point@
qu.1.1.choice.9=concave up@
SeeAlso:
MultipleSelectionQuestions(page185)
AuthoringQuestionswithEmbeddedPlotsExampleScript
Toauthorappletgraphingquestions,youmustuseatextorHTMLeditor,orLaTeXtoproducescriptfiles.Fordetails
onusingLaTeXtogeneratequestionsthatdisplaygraphs,seeGraphPlottinginLaTeXQuestions(page279).
YoucanalsoembedMapleplotsinquestionsusingtheQuestionEditor.Formoreinformation,seeQuestionswith
Plots(page168).
Thefollowingexamplescriptcreatesaquestionthatgeneratesgraphsusingalgorithmicallydrivendata.
qu.4.7.mode=Formula@
qu.4.7.name=Algorithmically generated graph@
qu.4.7.comment=
The correct answer is
<math>
<msup><mi>x</mi><mn>2</mn></msup>
<mo>-</mo>
<mn>$B</mn>
<mi>x</mi>
<mo>-</mo>
<mn>$C</mn>
</math>
@
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qu.4.7.editing=useHTML@
qu.4.7.algorithm=
$a=int(rand(-8,5));
$b=int(rand(-$a+2, 10));
$yMin=5*int((-0.25($b-$a)^2)/5) - 5;
$yMax=-$yMin;
$B=int($a+$b);
$C=int(-$a*$b);
@
qu.4.7.question=
Give a formula for the quadratic equation shown in n the e graph h below:
<p>
<center>
<applet code="applets.grapher.Graph"
archive="graphing.jar"
width="250"
height="250">
<param name="xMin"
value="-10">
<param name="xMax"
value="10">
<param name="yMin"
value="$yMin">
<param name="gridLines"
value="10">
<param name="yMax"
value="$yMax">
<param name="y1" value="(x-$a)(x-$b)">
</applet>
</center>
@
qu.4.7.answer=(x-$a)(x-$b)@
QuestionDesignerQuestionExampleusingVariousEmbeddedQuestions
Thisisanexampleofaquestiondesignerquestioncontainingresponseobjectswithinthequestionstatement.Note:
TheQuestionDesignerquestiontypesupersedestheInlinequestiontype.
Description
• QuestionDesignerquestionsaremultipartquestions.
• Youcontrolquestionweighting.
• Youcontrolformattingoftheentirequestion(includingtables).
• Blankscanbeinsertedinsidetables(tocreatefill-in-the-blankstablesofdata).
• MultipleChoiceandMultipleSelectionQuestionsaresetwithresponsechoicesdisplayedhorizontallyrather
thanfollowingthequestion.Thisenablesyoutocreatesurvey-stylequestions.
• Individualresponsecellsareindicatedbyanglebrackets,intheform<#>,where#correspondstothesequentially
numberedpart.
• Thisquestionincludesindividualresponseobjects(embeddedquestions)asfollows.
• Blank1-Formulaquestion
• Blank2-Numericquestion
• Blank3-Numericquestionwithrequiredunits
• Blank4-Listquestion,textinput,relaxedgrading,multipleanswers,partialcredit
• Blank5-Listquestion,textinput,exactgrading,multipleanswers,partialcredit
• Blank6-Listquestion,menuinput,exactgrading,partialcredit
qu.1.topic=Question Designer Question Example@
qu.1.1.mode=Inline@
qu.1.1.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.weighting=1,1,1,1,1,1@
qu.1.1.numbering=alpha@
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qu.1.1.part.1.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.part.1.tolerance=1.0E-9@
qu.1.1.part.1.question=xx@
qu.1.1.part.1.answer=$n x^($n2)@
qu.1.1.part.1.mode=Formula@
qu.1.1.part.2.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.part.2.question=xx@
qu.1.1.part.2.answer.num=11@
qu.1.1.part.2.mode=Numeric@
qu.1.1.part.2.showUnits=false@
qu.1.1.part.2.grading=exact_value@
qu.1.1.part.2.answer.units=@
qu.1.1.part.3.showUnits=true@
qu.1.1.part.3.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.part.3.question=xx@
qu.1.1.part.3.grading=exact_value@
qu.1.1.part.3.answer.units=ft/min@
qu.1.1.part.3.mode=Numeric@
qu.1.1.part.3.answer.num=10@
qu.1.1.part.4.grader=relaxed@
qu.1.1.part.4.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.part.4.question=xx@
qu.1.1.part.4.answer.3=Stephen Hawking@
qu.1.1.part.4.answer.2=Albert Einstein@
qu.1.1.part.4.answer.1=Einstein@
qu.1.1.part.4.mode=List@
qu.1.1.part.4.display=text@
qu.1.1.part.4.credit.3=0.5@
qu.1.1.part.4.credit.2=1.0@
qu.1.1.part.4.credit.1=1.0@
qu.1.1.part.5.grader=exact@
qu.1.1.part.5.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.part.5.question=xx@
qu.1.1.part.5.answer.3=Stephen Hawking@
qu.1.1.part.5.answer.2=Albert Einstein@
qu.1.1.part.5.answer.1=Einstein@
qu.1.1.part.5.mode=List@
qu.1.1.part.5.display=text@
qu.1.1.part.5.credit.3=0.5@
qu.1.1.part.5.credit.2=1.0@
qu.1.1.part.5.credit.1=1.0@
qu.1.1.part.6.grader=exact@
qu.1.1.part.6.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.part.6.answer.4=Sir Isaac Newton@
qu.1.1.part.6.question=xx@
qu.1.1.part.6.answer.3=Johannes Kepler@
qu.1.1.part.6.answer.2=Stephen Hawking@
qu.1.1.part.6.answer.1=Albert Einstein@
qu.1.1.part.6.mode=List@
qu.1.1.part.6.display=menu@
qu.1.1.part.6.credit.4=0.0@
qu.1.1.part.6.credit.3=0.0@
qu.1.1.part.6.credit.2=0.5@
qu.1.1.part.6.credit.1=1.0@
qu.1.1.algorithm=$n=int(rint(20) + 2);
$n2=$n-1;
@
qu.1.1.question=
<p>This single question demonstrates the e power r and d flexibility y of f the e inline question n type.
There are e 6 individual response cells included, each of f which h requires s a a different type of
student response.</p>
<p><i><font face="arial"
size="-1">
<b>Notes:</b>
<br>- Response e cells s can n appear anywhere e within n the formatted question n statement, , including
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within tables.
<br>- Response cells s can consist t of any individual question mode, including g response cells s that
handle text (lenient t or stringent string g matching), , numbers, , formulas, or any y other r question
variety.
<br>- Partial l credit t can n be allowed d for r exact-graded text or r menu-style e entry
cells.</font></i></p>
<p>Here is s a a question using a <b>symbolic formula</b> blank:
<br>Let <math><mi>y</mi><mo>=</mo><msup><mi>x</mi><mn>$n</mn></msup></math>. What is the
derivative of f <math><mi>y</mi></math> with respect t to o <math><mi>x</mi></math>?
<1><br>
<font face="arial" " size="-1"><i>Enter only the expression for the e derivative, , omitting "y'
=".<b>
Try it:</b>
The answer is ${mathml("$n x^($n2)")}</i> </font>
</p>
<p>Here is s a a <b>numeric</b> blank style of question:<br>
3+8=<2><br>
<br><i><font face="arial" " size="-1">Numeric c questions s can specify margin n of error r and significant
figure precision.</font></i>
</p>
<p>The following numeric blanks s question n requires s a a <b>number and d a a unit dimension</b> > in n its
response:<br>
If a cat t walks s 20ft in 2min, , how w fast is the cat t walking?
<3>
<br><i><font face="arial" " size="-1">Most t standard equivalent t unit t dimensions s are graded d correctly
by the system, , or r you can specify your own table of unit equivalents to apply to a
question.</p></font></i>
<p>This next question grades s input t in the form of a <b>text string,</b> and can also be set t to
accept multiple correct answers, , so o "Einstein" <i>or</i> > "einstein" " will be graded as correct,
as will "Albert Einstein"
<i>or</i> "aLbeRt t einSTEIN".
<br>
Who first t developed the e General l Theory y of f Relativity? ? <4><br>
<br><i><i><font face="arial"
size="-1">This question n <b>also</b> > awards s partial credit if you
answer 'Stephen Hawking'. </font></i></i></p>
<p>This is s the e same question, with h the e grader set to o accept t only an <b>exact t match</b> of f the
answer text t string, , however it t too o can be e set to o accept t multiple correct t answers, so "Einstein"
<i>or</i> "Albert Einstein"
will be graded d as s correct, , but t "einstein"
or
"aLbeRt einSTEIN"
will be e graded d wrong.
<br>
Who first t developed the e General l Theory y of f Relativity? ? <5><br>
<br><i><font face="arial" " size="-1">This s type of question also o allows s you to give some partial
credit for certain responses, , so o if you u enter r "einstein"
or "albert einstein" you will get
1/2 credit t for r this question.</font></i></p>
<p>In the following question the student picks from a <b>drop-down n menu</b> of f choices. Partial
credit can be set for some options, full credit for others.<br>
Who first t developed the e General l Theory y of f Relativity? ? <6><br>
<font face="arial" size="-1"><i>In n this s case, , you u get t full credit t for 'Albert Einstein' and
1/2 credit t for r 'Stephen Hawking'.</font></i></p>
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SeeAlso:
Formula(page156)
Numeric(page166)
ListQuestions(page181)
QuestionDesignerQuestions(page188)
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ShortPhraseQuestionExampleScript
Theshortphrasequestiontypehasbeendeprecated.UsetheListquestiontypeinstead.ForanexampleListquestion,
seeListQuestionExampleScript(page311).
True-or-FalseQuestionExampleScript
ThefollowingexamplescriptcreatesaTrueFalsequestion.
qu.1.topic=True-or-False Question Example Script@
qu.1.1.mode=True False@
qu.1.1.name=Quantum Tunneling@
qu.1.1.editing=useHTML@
qu.1.1.question=The phenomenon n of f quantum tunneling has s a a counterpart in classical physics.@
qu.1.1.answer=2@
qu.1.1.choice.1=True@
qu.1.1.choice.2=False@
SeeAlso:
True-or-FalseQuestions(page199)
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