Create Engineering Questions You can create questions for your engineering courses that allow your students to answer questions with correctly formatted engineering notation. And, you can display correctly formatted notation in your questions using several different methods. Display Notation with WaTeXWebAssign provides a markup language—WaTeX—that you can use to display well-formatted math notation in your questions and assignments. WaTeX is similar in some respects to LaTeX in that both markup languages let you focus more on content and spend less time solving layout problems. Display Notation with LaTeXYou can include LaTeX markup to display well-formatted math notation in your questions and assignments in WebAssign. Unlike WaTeX, LaTeX is displayed as a static image in your questions and does not offer the flexibility to include answer boxes in your math notation. Add Symbols to QuestionsYou can use the WebAssign <s> tag to add a number of symbols to your questions. Some symbols are displayed as characters, and others are displayed as images. Display Notation with <symimage>You can use the <symimage> tag to display well-formatted math notation in your questions and assignments in WebAssign. The markup used in the <symimage> tag is also used in NumberLine questions to display labels for points. Display Math Notation with HTML SubstitutionWebAssign provides several special tags that allow you to render specific kinds of notation using HTML substitution. Like WaTeX — and unlike LaTeX or <symimage> markup — you can include answer boxes in your formatted notation. Using HTML substitution is often simpler than using WaTeX, but its functionality is also much more limited than WaTeX. Create Graphing QuestionsA graphing question provides a graphing tool in the question for students to graph points, lines, segments, rays, circles, parabolas, and inequalities on a Cartesian coordinate plane. Graphing questions are automatically scored. Create Matrix QuestionsWhen you create a matrix question, you have the option to use an expandable or static matrix in your answer key. By default, matrix answer keys are expandable, which means you are not providing the dimensions of the answer matrix to your students. Create physPad QuestionsThe physPad tool lets your students enter correctly formatted mathematical expression that might include symbols.