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  • 2.1 Create a notebookhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/asciidoc-101?part=Create%20a%20notebook#_create_a_notebook
  • 2.2 Create a new sectionhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/asciidoc-101?part=Create%20a%20new%20section#_create_a_new_section
  • 2.3 Imageshttp://www.noteshare.io/section/asciidoc-101?part=Images#_images
  • 2.4 Manage notebookhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/asciidoc-101?part=Manage%20notebook#_manage_notebook
  • 2.5 Collaborationhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/asciidoc-101?part=Collaboration#_collaboration
  • 2.6 Exporthttp://www.noteshare.io/section/asciidoc-101?part=Export#_export
  • 3.1 First things firsthttp://www.noteshare.io/section/markup-basics?part=First%20things%20first#_first_things_first
  • 3.2 Sectionshttp://www.noteshare.io/section/markup-basics?part=Sections#_sections
  • 3.3 Blockshttp://www.noteshare.io/section/markup-basics?part=Blocks#_blocks
  • 3.4 Basic tableshttp://www.noteshare.io/section/markup-basics?part=Basic%20tables#_basic_tables
  • 4.5 Math Homeworkhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/math-homework?part=Math%20Homework#_math_homework
  • 4.6 Chemistryhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/math-homework?part=Chemistry#_chemistry
  • 5.1 Browse menubarhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/the-menus--to-revise-and-update-?part=Browse%20menubar#_browse_menubar
  • 5.2 Read menubarhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/the-menus--to-revise-and-update-?part=Read%20menubar#_read_menubar
  • 5.3 Write menubarhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/the-menus--to-revise-and-update-?part=Write%20menubar#_write_menubar
  • 5.4 Media menubarhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/the-menus--to-revise-and-update-?part=Media%20menubar#_media_menubar
  • 6.1 Creating a Notehttp://www.noteshare.io/section/creating-notes-and-notebooks?part=Creating%20a%20Note#_creating_a_note
  • 6.2 Editing a Notehttp://www.noteshare.io/section/creating-notes-and-notebooks?part=Editing%20a%20Note#_editing_a_note
  • 6.3 Markup 102http://www.noteshare.io/section/creating-notes-and-notebooks?part=Markup%20102#_markup
  • 6.4 Creating a notebookhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/creating-notes-and-notebooks?part=Creating%20a%20notebook#_creating_a_notebook
  • 7.1 A simple tablehttp://www.noteshare.io/section/tables-?part=A%20simple%20table#_a_simple_table
  • 7.2 A formatted tablehttp://www.noteshare.io/section/tables-?part=A%20formatted%20table#_a_formatted_table
  • 7.3 A table with a headerhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/tables-?part=A%20table%20with%20a%20header#_a_table_with_a_header
  • 7.4 A table with a header and footerhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/tables-?part=A%20table%20with%20a%20header%20and%20footer#_a_table_with_a_header_and_footer
  • 8.1 References within a notehttp://www.noteshare.io/section/cross-references-2?part=References%20within%20a%20note#_references_within_a_note
  • 8.2 References within Notesharehttp://www.noteshare.io/section/cross-references-2?part=References%20within%20Noteshare#_references_within_noteshare
  • 8.3 References to a web pagehttp://www.noteshare.io/section/cross-references-2?part=References%20to%20a%20web%20page#_references_to_a_web_page
  • 8.4 References to something inside a web pagehttp://www.noteshare.io/section/cross-references-2?part=References%20to%20something%20inside%20a%20web%20page#_references_to_something_inside_a_web_page
  • 9.1 Syntaxhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/mathematical-notation?part=Syntax#_syntax
  • 10.1 Exampleshttp://www.noteshare.io/section/chemistry?part=Examples#_examples
  • 10.2 Structural formulashttp://www.noteshare.io/section/chemistry?part=Structural%20formulas#_structural_formulas
  • 10.3 Referenceshttp://www.noteshare.io/section/chemistry?part=References#_references
  • 14.1 Check-in and check-outhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/collaboration?part=Check-in%20and%20check-out#_check_in_and_check_out
  • 14.4 Authorship of commentshttp://www.noteshare.io/section/comments?part=Authorship%20of%20comments#_authorship_of_comments
  • 15.1 Attributeshttp://www.noteshare.io/section/extras?part=Attributes#_attributes
  • 16.1 Notes on the embed featurehttp://www.noteshare.io/section/test-of-embed-feature?part=Notes%20on%20the%20embed%20feature#_notes_on_the_embed_feature
  • 17.1 Standard accounthttp://www.noteshare.io/section/noteshare-advanced-features?part=Standard%20account#_standard_account
  • 17.2 Premium accounthttp://www.noteshare.io/section/noteshare-advanced-features?part=Premium%20account#_premium_account
  • 17.3 In the pipelinehttp://www.noteshare.io/section/noteshare-advanced-features?part=In%20the%20pipeline#_in_the_pipeline
  • 20.1 Problem sets, etc.http://www.noteshare.io/section/technical-appendix?part=Problem%20sets,%20etc.#_problem_sets_etc
  • 20.2 Quiz #1http://www.noteshare.io/section/technical-appendix?part=Quiz%20#1#_quiz
  • 20.3 Quiz #2http://www.noteshare.io/section/technical-appendix?part=Quiz%20#2#_quiz
  • 20.4 Technical notehttp://www.noteshare.io/section/technical-appendix?part=Technical%20note#_technical_note
  • 21.1 The Quadratic Equationhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/linking-the-main-page-and-the-aside?part=The%20Quadratic%20Equation#_the_quadratic_equation
  • 21.2 The Cubic equationhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/linking-the-main-page-and-the-aside?part=The%20Cubic%20equation#_the_cubic_equation
  • 22.1 Why Markup?http://www.noteshare.io/section/asciidoc-markup?part=Why%20Markup?#_why_markup
  • 22.2 PDFhttp://www.noteshare.io/section/asciidoc-markup?part=PDF#_pdf
  • 22.3 Links between lessonshttp://www.noteshare.io/section/asciidoc-markup?part=Links%20between%20lessons#_links_between_lessons
  • 22.4 More Asciidoc Exampleshttp://www.noteshare.io/section/asciidoc-markup?part=More%20Asciidoc%20Examples#_more_asciidoc_examples

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4.3. A Problem Set

  1. What is the population of the United States in square km?

  2. What is the area of the United States?

  3. What is the population density of the United States in persons per square km?

References

  1. Population by country (Wikipedia)

  2. Area by country (Wikipedia)

4.3.1. Clickable items

Click on the blue text to reveal what it is hiding. Click again to hide the text so revealed.

  1. What is the population of the United States in square km?

    Hint
    Google it!
  2. What is the area of the United States?

  3. What is the population density of the United States in persons per square km?

    Hint
    Divide the number obtained in (1) by that obtained in (2)
  4. What is the area of Washington State?

    Hint 3
    Ask the governor!
    Hint 4
    Google it!!

Created November 13, 2014, last updated: August 21, 2015

How To

A problem set is just a numbered list. Begin each question with a period in the left margin, followed by a space, followed by the question. The numbers are generated automatically. Here is the text for the problem set in the middle clolumn.

 . What is the population of the United States in square km?

. What is the area of the United States?

. What is the population density of the United States in persons per
square km?

Notice that the references are links (mouse over them to see this). Here is a typical link: New York Times. And here is how it is made:

http://nytimes.com[New York Times]

Clickable items

Below the first problem set is a second version with clickable items — hints, solutions, etc. Click on the blue text to open the hidden text. Click again to hide it. Here is how it is done:

. What is the population of the United States in square km?
+
[click.hint]
--
Google it!
--

Let’s look at this text line by line:

. What is the population of the United States in square km?
+               (1)
[click.hint]     (2)
--    (3)
Google it!    (4)
--    (5)
  1. Makes the "clickable item" be part of the list — "plus" in order to "add" it to the list item.

  2. The secret code for making items clickable. The text after "click." can be anything: "hint", "solution", "directions", "answer", etc.

  3. Signals Asciidoctor that the the body of the clickable item is about to begin.

  4. The body of the clickable item. As many lines as you want, including blank lines.

  5. The end of the body of the clickable item.

Numbered items

To number the hints, use hint+ in place of hint. To number solutions, use solution+ in place of solution+. Etc.