# Quizbank/Bell

*WikiJournal of Science/A card game for Bell's theorem and its loopholes*(required reading for these quizzes)

- Quizbank now resides on MyOpenMath at
**https://www.myopenmath.com**(although I hope Wikiversity can play an important role in helping students and teachers use these questions!) - At the moment, most of the physics questions have already been transferred. To see them, join myopenmath.com as a student, and "enroll" in one or both of the following courses:
- Quizbank physics 1 (id
**60675**) - Quizbank physics 2 (id
**61712**) - Quizbank astronomy (id
**63705**)

- Quizbank physics 1 (id

**The enrollment key for each course is 123.** They are all is set to practice mode, giving students unlimited attempts at each question. Instructors can also print out copies of the quiz for classroom use. If you have any problems leave a message at user talk:Guy vandegrift.

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This minicourse illustrates Quizbank using quizzes based on a layman's introduction to Bell's theorem. Questions for two quizzes and a cumulative exam are randomly selected from study guide shown below. The questions are selected randomly and only the instructor knows what will be on the test.^{[1]}

Students can use this study guide to "know what will be on the tests". The selections are random. For example in Bell.solitaire, 4 of the 8 questions in the study guide will be randomly selected. Bell1 and Bell2 (quzzes) each have 10 questions, and the cumulative "Bell3 (exam) will have 20 questions.

## Contents

## Student study guide[edit]

### Quiz:Bell1 (10 questions)[edit]

4/8 from Special:Permalink/1878340 to QB/d_Bell.solitaire

4/16 from Special:Permalink/1882674 to QB/d_Bell.binomial

2/18 from Special:Permalink/1878339 to QB/d_Bell.polarization

### Quiz:Bell2 (10 questions)[edit]

1/18 from Special:Permalink/1878339 to QB/d_Bell.polarization

3/20 from Special:Permalink/1878505 to QB/d_Bell.partners

3/25 from Special:Permalink/1885266 to QB/d_Bell.photon

3/10 from Special:Permalink/1878495 to QB/d_Bell.Venn

### Exam: Bell3 (20 questions)[edit]

2/8 from Special:Permalink/1878340 to QB/d_Bell.solitaire

4/16 from Special:Permalink/1882674 to QB/d_Bell.binomial

4/18 from Special:Permalink/1878339 to QB/d_Bell.polarization

3/20 from Special:Permalink/1878505 to QB/d_Bell.partners

4/25 from Special:Permalink/1885266 to QB/d_Bell.photon

3/10 from Special:Permalink/1878495 to QB/d_Bell.Venn

## Sample exams (printable)[edit]

*Quizbank/Bell/V0*is for the instructor's eyes only, and can be used to design the lectures around what will actually be on the exams.*Versions V1 and V2*are for use by students as they sit side by side in the classroom to take the exams. They have the same questions and answers, in random order. To view each version of all three exams, visit these links:

All are designed so that upon printout, the pages end appropriately (no breaks during a question).

## Bank of random exams (classroom use)[edit]

While the python code for randomly selecting quiz questions is available upon request, most will find it simpler to simply select from the following list. Each possess a unique serial number and contains all versions of all tests. Most web browsers will allow each to be converted to a pdf file (with appropriate page breaks). To facilitate photocopying each version into separate documents, print out the pdf files as one-sided pages.

152874216173 152874216176 152874216179 152874216182 152874216185 152874216188 152874216191 152874216196 152874216199 152874216202 152874216207 152874216210 152874216213 152874216216 152874216222 152874216227 152874216230 152874216235

The study guide the top of this page can be used for any of these versions.

## More information[edit]

For technical information about this software see *Quizbank/Python*