- If your instructor has allowed retries, you will be given 7 attempts
- Most solution answers are at least six digits (unless significant figures are relevant to the question/otherwise denoted)
- For credit your answer must be within 1% of the correct answer, unless tolerance is otherwise denoted Most answers are at least to six digits (unless significant figures are relevant to the question/otherwise denoted) (so entering in four digits to the right of the decimal is usually sufficient)
Comma use is fine.
Start with at least four significant digits for numeric entry; your response must be within 1% of the correct answer unless otherwise designated
Scientific notation may use the format of "e" or "x10^"
For applicable practice, your professor may opt to include a short 3 part question (sig fig practice, #222082) for you to get use to what is and is not acceptable:
Note that if you get a 'that response has already been entered' message, to try to use another way to say the same thing (ie, if used 10^, try e). If you continue to get the 'that response has already been entered' accept that it is not correct and try again. This is a safeguard in place so you don't spend all your tries insisting on an answer that is incorrect.