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Some questions you may encounter in Quest will use numeric answers rather than multiple choice. The following example is a numeric type question on a learning module slide, but these questions can appear on all types of Quest assignments. If your instructor has allowed retries, you will be given 7 attempts. Unless otherwise indicated, to be scored as correct your answer must be within 1% of the correct answer, the questions usually have answers to at least six digits to help accommodate rounding errors . Most problems in Quest do not calculate based off significant figures.

 

Do not include spaces or commas in your answer submissions. Scientific notation should be formatted using "e", not "10". For example, 468 as 4.68e+02.