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=== What is the formula applet? ===
 
=== What is the formula applet? ===
 
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The formula applet allows you to type a mathematical term (formula) into an input box on a web page. Your input is then compared with a solution. It is indicated according to colour whether the input is right or wrong.
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The formula applet allows you to type a mathematical term (formula) into an input box on a web page. Your input is then compared with a solution. Colours indicate whether the input is right or wrong.
  
With the help of the formula applet you can create your own mathematical exercises and you will get instant feedback whether the solution is right or wrong.
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The formula applet helps you to create your own mathematical exercises and also gives you instant feedback whether the solution is right or wrong.
  
See an [[/Beispiel/en | example]].
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View an [[/Beispiel/en | example]].
 
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=== What are the advantages of the formula applet? ===
 
=== What are the advantages of the formula applet? ===
 
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* No installation whatsoever is necessary - only a browser with Java installed.
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* No installation whatsoever is needed - only a browser with Java installed.
 
* Input is formatted the way you are used to from blackboard work (e.g. fraction lines, roots and so on.)
 
* Input is formatted the way you are used to from blackboard work (e.g. fraction lines, roots and so on.)
 
* Algebraically equivalent solutions are recognised and accepted by the formula applet. For example, it doesn't matter if you type a-x, -x+a or even -(x-a).
 
* Algebraically equivalent solutions are recognised and accepted by the formula applet. For example, it doesn't matter if you type a-x, -x+a or even -(x-a).
 
* You can vary the degree of precision of your numeric input, e.g. digits after comma.
 
* You can vary the degree of precision of your numeric input, e.g. digits after comma.
* A click with the right mouse button shows a context menu (help for input).
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* Click right for a context menu (help for input) to show up.
 
* If the term does not fit into the input box, font size is adjusted automatically.
 
* If the term does not fit into the input box, font size is adjusted automatically.
 
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=== How do I use the formula applet?===
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=== How to use the formula applet?===
 
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See the [[/Beispiel/en | examples]] of exercises.
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View examples [[/Beispiel/en | examples]] of exercises.
  
 
Technical requirements.
 
Technical requirements.

Aktuelle Version vom 25. Oktober 2011, 18:31 Uhr


Welcome to the formula applet

What is the formula applet?

The formula applet allows you to type a mathematical term (formula) into an input box on a web page. Your input is then compared with a solution. Colours indicate whether the input is right or wrong.

The formula applet helps you to create your own mathematical exercises and also gives you instant feedback whether the solution is right or wrong.

View an example.


What are the advantages of the formula applet?

  • No installation whatsoever is needed - only a browser with Java installed.
  • Input is formatted the way you are used to from blackboard work (e.g. fraction lines, roots and so on.)
  • Algebraically equivalent solutions are recognised and accepted by the formula applet. For example, it doesn't matter if you type a-x, -x+a or even -(x-a).
  • You can vary the degree of precision of your numeric input, e.g. digits after comma.
  • Click right for a context menu (help for input) to show up.
  • If the term does not fit into the input box, font size is adjusted automatically.


How to use the formula applet?

View examples examples of exercises.

Technical requirements.

  • Browser with Java installed (Java version > 1.4.2)
  • Activated JavaScript.

Some examples of exercises are available for download.


Contact

Contact details and other information can be found on this page.


Developments

Here you can have a look at planned and former developments of the formula editor.


Downloads

The download page has several files for downloading.