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Symbolic Notation for eGrade Plus
Wiley will soon be releasing some exciting new functionality for eGrade Plus courses in Chemistry, Physics and Math.  Students will be able to enter answers using symbolic notation via a clickable pallette of formulas and symbols appropriate for the course you teach.  This functionality will soon be released to all existing eGrade Plus courses, demos and test drives. 

In the meantime, we wanted to give you the opportunity to see how this functionality will work.  Below is an initial list of titles that will contain symbolic notation questions.  Simply click on the cover of the title you are interested in and go to the "Assignment" area.  From the assignment list, select the assignment that contains "SN" in the assignment name and you will be able to work through an assignment containing symbolic notation questions.  An email message will be sent to all existing customers as soon as this functionality has been released to all courses. 


 


Organic Chemistry, 8th Edition
 
T. W. Graham Solomons, Univ. of South Florida
Craig B. Fryhle, Pacific Lutheran Univ.  

Chemistry, 4th Edition
John A. Olmsted
Gregory M. Williams

Fundamentals of Physics, 7th Edition
David Halliday, Univ. of Pittsburgh
Robert Resnick, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Jearl Walker, Cleveland State Univ.
 

Calculus, 4th Edition
William G. McCallum, Univ. of Arizona
Deborah Hughes-Hallett, Univ. of Arizona, et al.

Introductory Physics: Building Understanding
Jerold Touger, Curry College


Calculus, 8th Edition
Howard A. Anton, Drexel Univ.
Irl Bivens, Davidson College
Stephen Davis, Davidson College