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## NumAbsolute

Test
?
Student response
Opt
Mark
Basic tests
NumAbsolute
1/0
0
-1 ATNumAbsolute_STACKERROR_SAns.
TEST_FAILED
NumAbsolute
0
1/0
-1 ATNumAbsolute_STACKERROR_TAns.
TEST_FAILED
NumAbsolute
0
0
1/0
-1 ATNumAbsolute_STACKERROR_Opt.
TEST_FAILED
NumAbsolute
0
(x
-1 ATNumAbsoluteTEST_FAILED-Empty TA.
NumAbsolute
1
0
(x
0
No option, so 5%
NumAbsolute
1.1
1
0
NumAbsolute
1.05
1
1
Options passed
NumAbsolute
1.05
1
0.1
1
NumAbsolute
1.05
3
0.1
0
NumAbsolute
3.14
pi
0.001
0
NumAbsolute
1.41e-2
1.41e-2
0.0001
1
NumAbsolute
0.0141
1.41e-2
0.0001
1
NumAbsolute
0.00141
0.00141
0.0001
1
NumAbsolute
0.00141
1.41*10^-3
0.0001
1
NumAbsolute
1.41*10^-3
1.41*10^-3
0.0001
1
NumAbsolute
[3.141,1.414]
[pi,sqrt(2)]
0.01
1
NumAbsolute
[3,1.414]
[pi,sqrt(2)]
0.01
0 ATNumerical_wrongentries SA/TA=[3.0].
The entries underlined in red below are those that are incorrect. $\left[ {\color{red}{\underline{3.0}}} , 1.414 \right]$
NumAbsolute
[3,1.414]
{pi,sqrt(2)}
0.01
0 ATNumerical_SA_not_set.
Your answer should be a set, but is not. Note that the syntax to enter a set is to enclose the comma separated values with curly brackets.
NumAbsolute
{1.414,3.1}
{significantfigures(pi,6),sqrt
(2)}
0.01
0 ATNumerical_wrongentries: TA/SA=[3.14159], SA/TA=[3.1].
The entries underlined in red below are those that are incorrect. $\left \{{\color{red}{\underline{3.1}}} \right \}$
NumAbsolute
{1,1.414,3.1,2}
{1,2,pi,sqrt(2)}
0.1
1