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Use of Animation to Display Math Problems on ComputerBased Test
Use of Animation to Display Math Problems on ComputerBased Test,Masahiro Yachi,Chie Hoshi,Noriko Kitani,Kanji Akahori
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Masahiro Yachi
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Chie Hoshi
,
Noriko Kitani
,
Kanji Akahori
This research is an attempt to use animation to display complex math problems on computerbased testing. To translate math problem into mathematical expression is one of the key factors in math. However, examinees who cannot understand the literal meaning of the sentence will not be able to express it mathematically, even if they have the necessary mathematical skills. To solve this problem, this research explores the possibility of using animation for delivering math problems to examinees. This paper describes an experiment carried out with 19
college students
using 4 different complex math problems, delivered either in alltext mode or in allanimation mode, to examine whether the modes affects in understanding the math problems. The result indicates that although the students felt it easier to understand the math problem from the all animation mode, there were no significant differences in the test scores, between 2 modes.
Published in 2009.
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Use of Animation to Display Math Problems on ComputerBased Test
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Masahiro Yachi
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Chie Hoshi
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Noriko Kitani
,
Kanji Akahori
Published in 2009.