Get a piece of A4 paper to practise your mathematics in quadratics and cubic equations. Only 7 minutes to solve them. There will be 2 to 3 answers per question. (Note if your at GCSE level don't worry if you cant solve the cubic equation. I doubt that will be in any paper.)
1) I have no idea what you're talking about, but I got an 100% just by guessing. 2) You shouldn't have to type in 'x =' for each answer, just the solution should be accepted. 3) So, to further explain 1, I typed x= then counted 1,2,3... etc. Not sure how you could change that, though. 4) On this website, spaces, capitalization, punctuation, etc. doesn't count! (so just typing in 'x2' for the 1st answer will give credit) JetPunk doesn't count negative signs, equals signs, or slash marks to represent fractions. 6) That makes "x13" acceptable for "X = 1/3". 7) In the 'Instructions #1', it should read (Note if you're at GSCE...).
Okay, so maybe that wasn't just a couple of things, but, after the needed revising, it'll make an epic quiz! :)
Ok. Until the website is upgraded I cant really make the majority of these changes. If you didnt know the answer that is fine. However I made this quiz for GCSE students to revise this topic.
1) I have no idea what you're talking about, but I got an 100% just by guessing. 2) You shouldn't have to type in 'x =' for each answer, just the solution should be accepted. 3) So, to further explain 1, I typed x= then counted 1,2,3... etc. Not sure how you could change that, though. 4) On this website, spaces, capitalization, punctuation, etc. doesn't count! (so just typing in 'x2' for the 1st answer will give credit) JetPunk doesn't count negative signs, equals signs, or slash marks to represent fractions. 6) That makes "x13" acceptable for "X = 1/3". 7) In the 'Instructions #1', it should read (Note if you're at GSCE...).
Okay, so maybe that wasn't just a couple of things, but, after the needed revising, it'll make an epic quiz! :)