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Certain Questions Through Examplify

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From: Michael B.
Date: Mon 8th Jun 2020, 10:43am
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Hi Arran

I was wondering what your reccomendation is for doing certain questions through 
examplify. Specifically I am talking about graphic / state diagram questions. Will 
they be similar in outline to the sample paper where all the inputted answer has to 
be is a sequence (as in we will be given the diagram and have to answer questions 
relating), or, if we have to draw a diagram how would you reccomend to do this?

Certain Questions Through Examplify

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From: Arran S.
Date: Mon 8th Jun 2020, 1:01pm
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"Michael Bleakley" <21*5*5*[email protected]*u*e*t*u*a*e*u*a*> wrote:

> Hi Arran
> 
> I was wondering what your reccomendation is for doing certain questions through 
> examplify. Specifically I am talking about graphic / state diagram questions. Will 
> they be similar in outline to the sample paper where all the inputted answer has to 
> be is a sequence (as in we will be given the diagram and have to answer questions 
> relating), or, if we have to draw a diagram how would you reccomend to do this?


Hi Michael.

There will be no questions requiring you to draw diagrams.

If diagrams are involved, you'll instead be given a diagram and asked to answer questions 
about it.

If formulas have to be entered, you'll be able to use Java syntax (which is easily typed on 
a kyeboard) rather than mathematical formulae (which can't, easily).

cheers

Arran
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