Achieve your teaching goals with *WebAssign* for Liberal Arts Math and Quantitative Reasoning by delivering a curated learning experience that keeps pace with curriculum trends and needs. You can use these questions to craft your ideal assignment and learning experience for students.

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## Content Available for Liberal Arts Math & Quantitative Reasoning

**Responsive Labs (Lab)**

Personalized application problems provide learners with the skills to think about and use the mathematics they are learning in various ways outside the classroom.

*Available for the following titles and corequisite versions: Aufmann, Mathematical Excursions, 4e | Aufmann, Discovering Mathematics: A Quantitative Approach, 1e |Smith, The Nature of Mathematics, 13e | Smith, Mathematics: Its Power and Utility, 10e | Bello, Topics in Contemporary Mathematics, 10e | Johnson/Mowry, Mathematics: A Practical Odyssey, 8e*

**Expanded Problems (EP)**

Expanded Problems enhance student understanding by going beyond a basic exercise and asking students to solve each step of the problem in addition to their final answer.

*Available for the following titles and corequisite versions: ** Aufmann, Mathematical Excursions, 4e | Aufmann, Discovering Mathematics: A Quantitative Approach, 1e |Smith, The Nature of Mathematics, 13e | Smith, Mathematics: Its Power and Utility, 10e | Johnson/Mowry, Mathematics: A Practical Odyssey, 8e*

**Master It Tutorials (MI)**

Students gain a deeper understanding of how to solve problems with step-by-step support provided by Master It (MI) tutorials available in select exercises. These tutorials are also available to be assigned as a standalone exercise (MI.SA)

*Available for the following titles and corequisite versions: **Aufmann, Mathematical Excursions, 4e | Aufmann, Discovering Mathematics: A Quantitative Approach, 1e | Bello, Topics in Contemporary Mathematics, 10e; *

**Projects (PJT)**

Projects provide one place for students to ideate, collaborate, and submit a longer-term project. These are broken up into four milestones to allow students to complete a semester-long project.

*Available for Aufmann, Discovering Mathematics: A Quantitative Approach, 1e & corequisite version.*

**Preliminary Questions (P)**

Preliminary Questions provide an opportunity to test students’ understanding of concepts by working an exercise closely related to an example in the section.

*Available for Aufmann, Discovering Mathematics: A Quantitative Approach, 1e & corequisite version.*

**Video Example Questions (VE)**

Ensure your studentsâ€™ understanding of concepts with Video Examples, which provide embedded videos paired with follow-up questions.

*Available for Aufmann, Mathematical Excursions, 4e & corequisite version*