[texhax] standard answer of a math paper
Douglas Hespe
hespe at acay.com.au
Sat Sep 18 11:23:30 CEST 2004
On 18/09/2004, at 1:15 AM, Li Weihua wrote:
> I am giving out a standard answer of a math paper, and I want to get
> the
> following view:
>
> Prove:
> a^2-b^2=0....................(3point)
> (a+b)*(a-b)=0................(5 point)
> a=-b or a=b..................(2 point)
>
> where the equation stays in the middle of the line, and the score of
> one
> step stays in the right of the line, like an equation num,but between
> the num and equation fill with point instead.
>
> How can I get that?
Try the exam.cls by Philip Hirschorn. It will make your life much
easier if you write many math tests.
Hooroo, Doug.
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