Math This quiz is designed to test your knowledge of the contents of the LibreOffice Math Course, part of the Office Software Suite series. These quizzes are designed to improve your skills. There are twenty questions. The pass mark is 70 out of a potential 100 points, 5 for each question. Once you are satisfied with your answers, complete your name and email address and select “Submit Quiz“ to have your answers marked. You will shortly receive an email advising you of your score, whether you have passed the quiz, and how your answers have been scored. It will also include your Free Online Training course quiz completion Certificate for the appropriate quiz. 1. Is it possible to open multiple Math documents simultaneously at a time in LibreOffice Math? Yes No None 2. If the ‘Tips’ HELP option is enabled in LibreOffice Math, then by placing the mouse pointer over any icon we get A detailed explanation about the icon. A small explanation about the icon. Options are shown to choose between detailed or small explanation. None of the above. None 3. It is possible to hide/display the different types of toolbars which are displayed at a time in LibreOffice Math. True False None 4. In LibreOffice Math, which of the following can be used for entering a formula? Elements Window Context Menu LibreOffice Math Markup Language All of the Above. None 5. What would be the markup command used for displaying ‘a x b’ in LibreOffice Math? a into b a x b a times b a multiply b None 6. What would be the result of the Markup command ‘a_n’ in LibreOffice Math? a^{n } a_n n_{a } a_{n } None 7. In LibreOffice Math, the markups ‘2 over x +1’ and ‘2 over {x + 1}’ will display the same results. True False None 8. Which of the following markup commands is used to start an equation from a new line in LibreOffice Math? gotonextline nextline startnewline newline None 9. Which of the following basic options/preferences can be set in the LibreOffice Math application? Default folder to open/save Math Documents Default size of the Math Documents Default data for Math Documents None of these None 10. Which among the following is a correct markup command for writing a partial derivative? {partial f} over {partial y} {f} over {partial y} {partial f} over {y} None of the above. None 11. If we need to include text values in a formula in LibreOffice Math, we need to enclose the text values in straight double-quotes. True False None 12. It is not possible to adjust spacing in formulas in LibreOffice Math. True\False True False None 13. We can use the formulas and equations created using Math in other components of LibreOffice like Calc, Impress, Draw and Writer. True False None 14. Which among the following can be altered when we are trying to change the appearance of a formula in LibreOffice Math? Font Size Font Font Color All of the Above None 15. Is it possible to convert the formula editor in LibreOffice Math into a floating window? Yes No None 16. Which among the following file formats can be used to export or save a Math document? MathML XHTML FLAT XML All of the Above. None 17. What would be the markup command used for displaying ‘Α’ in LibreOffice Math? %A A %ALPHA ALPHA None 18. In LibreOffice Math, it is not possible to add a symbol to the catalog for using it in the creation of formulas and equations at a later stage. True False None 19. What would be the result of the Markup command ‘a^2’ in LibreOffice Math? a_{2 } a^2 2^{a } a^{2 } None 20. Is it possible to select a background color in LibreOffice Math? Yes No None Be sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results! Name Email Time's up