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Revision as of 13:14, 14 June 2021
Welcome to WeBWorK!
WeBWorK is a system that allows professors to put homework problems on the web and allows you to solve these problems online. Using WeBWorK, you typically may try to answer homework problems more than once. After each try, a message appears telling you whether the answer is correct or not. This allows you to find out what you did wrong and to understand the topic of the question better.
Each WeBWorK problem set is individualized; each student has a different version of each problem (for example, the numerical values in the formulas may be slightly different).
Most commonly viewed Student pages

 

 


Short Instructions

 

