I see no messages here related with WIRIS quizzes pluggin.

I don`t find any WIRIS forum and I wonder if someone here masters it.

I see no messages here related with WIRIS quizzes pluggin.

I don`t find any WIRIS forum and I wonder if someone here masters it.

Hey David

I'm glad you posted this question and sad that no one replied.

As a matter of fact I'm in the same situation, desperately searching for wiris expertice. I've just send my questions to wiris support, see of they answer

So, did you succeed in finding some kind of wiris forum?

I'd like to know

all the best

Hiram

I found like a training campus "WIRIS ACADEMY" in Spanish, but I dont remenber how I got enrolled into it: https://campus.wiris.com/login/forgot_password.php?lang=es

Wiris support uses to answer quickly and efficiently, al least when I've written them.

Anyway, if you need some help, maybe I could try here. I have some experience.

Wiris support uses to answer quickly and efficiently, al least when I've written them.

Anyway, if you need some help, maybe I could try here. I have some experience.

Great David

The following are some of my issues:

- Can I generate random numbers existing of 6 digits?

using the following

r(1):=random(0,4)

a=r1()*10^f+r1()*10^(f-1)+ r1()*10^(f-2)+ r1()*10^(f-3)+ r1()*10^(f-4)+ r1()*10^(f-5) can generate for example 311737/500 but than

a=1.0*a results in 623.47 where it should be 623.474

=> Why is this?

- Accuracy:

if some measurement results in 1000dm than this is 100.0m

other answers 100m, 100.00m are incorrect

while randomizing numbers, I fail to find a good way to evaluate this, since the number of significant numbers vary

for example: a=772

from dm to m: 772dm = 77.2m (and incorrect is 77.20 and all situations with more zero’s)

from dm to mm: 772dm = 77200mm (and incorrect is 77200.0 and all situations with more zero’s)

BUT 77.2, 77200 have a different amount of significant numbers

so if I validate between 1 and 5 significant numbers 77.20 will be considered correct

=> how can I evaluate this? Can it be done in 1 question or do I need to create several for each of the situations, for each amount of significant numbers?

Grateful for your help

All the best

Hiram - if it helps we can meet over teams, zoom, discord...

The following are some of my issues:

- Can I generate random numbers existing of 6 digits?

using the following

r(1):=random(0,4)

a=r1()*10^f+r1()*10^(f-1)+ r1()*10^(f-2)+ r1()*10^(f-3)+ r1()*10^(f-4)+ r1()*10^(f-5) can generate for example 311737/500 but than

a=1.0*a results in 623.47 where it should be 623.474

=> Why is this?

- Accuracy:

if some measurement results in 1000dm than this is 100.0m

other answers 100m, 100.00m are incorrect

while randomizing numbers, I fail to find a good way to evaluate this, since the number of significant numbers vary

for example: a=772

from dm to m: 772dm = 77.2m (and incorrect is 77.20 and all situations with more zero’s)

from dm to mm: 772dm = 77200mm (and incorrect is 77200.0 and all situations with more zero’s)

BUT 77.2, 77200 have a different amount of significant numbers

so if I validate between 1 and 5 significant numbers 77.20 will be considered correct

=> how can I evaluate this? Can it be done in 1 question or do I need to create several for each of the situations, for each amount of significant numbers?

Grateful for your help

All the best

Hiram - if it helps we can meet over teams, zoom, discord...

Why dont you attach you example.wiris calcme file to take a look?