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Student[Basics]

 PracticeSheet
 generate an interactive practice sheet

 Calling Sequence PracticeSheet(template,options)

Parameters

 template - {string,procedure} ; pattern to use to generate the practice sheet questions compare - procedure; (optional) custom method for grading each result comparebyindex - truefalse; (optional) passes index instead of expression to grading equalsymbol - string ; (optional,default="=") text between question and answer box height - posint ; (optional,default=40) height in pixels of the answer boxes inert - truefalse; (optional,default=true) disables auto-simplification of responses passed to the compare procedure by keeping them in inert form inline - truefalse; (optional,default=false) specifies whether to inject the sheet into the current document or into a new document nrows - posint ; (optional,default=5) number of rows ncols - posint ; (optional,default=2) number of columns output - identical(none,table,Array) ; (optional,default=none) output from InsertContent solution - {name,procedure} ; (optional,default=simplify) method used to reduce the input expressions to the desired result state - list(name) ; (optional,default=[anames(user)]) variables to initialize in the generated worksheet title - string ; (optional,default="") title text to appear above the sheet message - string ; (optional,default="") introductory paragraph message to appear above the sheet width - posint ; (optional,default=130) width in pixels of the answer boxes

Description

 • The PracticeSheet command generates a grid of math practice problems intended for basic drills that involve simplifying or evaluating one expression into another.
 • The template parameter is the only one required, and it specifies the form of the displayed expressions.
 Most commonly, template is a parsable string expression involving operators, functions, and the keywords integer and variable.  The integer and variable keywords are replaced by random values.  For example, the template "integer+integer" creates a sheet of two term addition problems involving integers in the range -10..10, excluding 0, 1, and -1.  Alternate integer ranges can supplied using the range