Working on an assignment consists of answering questions on the assignment and then submitting your answers to WebAssign. Depending on the question, you might type your answer in a text box, select a multiple-choice answer, graph a function, enter chemistry notation, or use a number of other tools to specify your answer. The question might have one part or many parts.
Use the calcPad tool to enter a correctly formatted mathematical expression.
Use chemPad to enter chemical formulas and equations that are automatically displayed in correct chemical notation.
Type an extended textual answer to the question in the box provided.
Electronically submit a file containing your work, for example, an Excel spreadsheet or a research paper.
Type a word or short answer into the answer box provided.
Plot figures on a Cartesian coordinate plane.
Click on the place in the image that answers the question.
Use the Java Molecular Editor (JME) tool to draw chemical structures for your response.
Draw chemical structures for your response. Marvin JS supports drawing and grading of Lewis structures, reactions, and mechanisms.
Match items in one column to corresponding items in a second column.
Type an answer using calculator notation.
Use the mathPad tool to enter a correctly formatted mathematical expression
Click the green arrows to expand or collapse the answer field and type your answers in the blanks.
Select a single response from a list of mutually exclusive choices.
Select one or more responses from a list of non-exclusive choices.
Either plot points, intervals, or inequalities on a number line graph, or drag labeled points to the correct position on a number line.
Type a numerical answer and optionally a unit.
Use the pencilPad to draw a simple figure to respond to the question.
Use the physPad tool to enter a correctly formatted mathematical expression that might include symbols used in physics.
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Explain your reasoning or the process you used to answer the question.