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Formula formatting012:21, 14 November 2012
Quality of materials?013:08, 3 June 2011
Benchmarking014:59, 30 May 2011
Sandbox page for users015:39, 29 May 2011

Formula formatting

I would like to use LaTex to make the formulae look a bit more standard. Being new to wikis, I waded in and did a bit of editing in the Forces page with the F=ma stuff without starting a discussion. Anyone have a problem with this? Example instead of Fnet = m*a we can have [math]F_{net} = ma[/math]

UncleMikey (talk)12:21, 14 November 2012

Quality of materials?

What level of quality are we after here? For example, I put up a link to a video for relative motion that we recorded in class using the interactive board. The tone is quite casual and there are a few quirks, possibly some minor errors, and many aspects that were not covered. It is obviously not a professional production with a script!

Is this sort of resource okay? I think it is great and my students love it (although the audio is a little low) but I don't want to set the standard at this if it is not what we are looking for.

Sam Hight (talk)13:08, 3 June 2011


I suggest taking a look at a text book that is of very high quality, interactive and freely available: Motion Mountain. --Daniel Mietchen 01:59, 30 May 2011 (UTC)

Daniel Mietchen (talk)14:59, 30 May 2011

Sandbox page for users

If you've got any questions about this project, Click the link that says 'Start a new discussion' and fire away.

Mosborne Ashs School Nz (talk)15:25, 29 May 2011