When performing the task, note:
1. When you enter the numbers,
you may use either a comma or a dot as a decimal separator (both 15,3 and
15.3 are acceptable). If you use the dot as the decimal separator in your answers,
these answers may appear as incomplete
answer before completing the test. There is no need to worry about
this if the correct answer is given; it will be credited properly!
2. When entering your
answer, carefully check the required units of the physical quantities. If you
type in your response in another unit, it won't count
3. If very large or very
small numbers are to be entered, a numeric standard record shall be used,
separating the mantis from the exponent with an "e" or
"E" (e.g. 0.0000124 = 1.24×10⁻⁵ should be recorded in
the answer as, e.g., 1,24e-5).
4. The numerical answers
must be given with an accuracy of better than 5%. To do this, save at
least three significant digits in all intermediate calculations.
5. Only one incorrect answer
is allowed for questions where multiple answers are allowed (in this case
the total number of points per question is reduced by half). If you select two incorrect answers,
the total number of points for a given question is zero points, regardless
of the number of answers that are correctly specified.