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Integrating WeBWorK into TextbooksSample Exercises

Robert Beezer
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
University of Puget Sound
Tacoma, Washington, USA
beezer@pugetsound.edu

Alex Jordan
Department of Mathematics
Portland Community College
Portland, Oregon, USA
alex.jordan@pcc.edu

March 5, 2017

This is a sample article to demonstrate integrating WeBWorK homework problems into content authored with MathBook XML. While technically an example of MathBook's article format, it is intended to closely resemble a chapter of a MathBook book that is divided into sections.

This work was funded with grants from OpenOregon and the University of Puget Sound.

Rob and Alex worked on the MathBook XML enhancements that make this possible. Mike Gage (Univeristy of Rochester) and Geoff Goehle (Western Carolina University) made this possible by enhancing the WeBWorK end, and generally maintaining WeBWorK software.

This article assumes a mild familiarity with both MathBook XML and WeBWorK. For more information about either project, follow the links.