Enabling Polling Polling is subject to content filtering configuration. Adding a Poll To add a poll to content, go to Insert > Insert Poll: In the Question field, type the poll question. Optionally, add a description in the Description field. Add poll options in the Options area boxes ("Enter an option here.") With these fields, you can: Click Add option to create another poll option. Move an option up in the list by clicking the up arrow beside the option. Move an option down in the list by clicking the down arrow beside the option. Remove an option by clicking the remove button beside the option.   To configure result viewing options: Click Configuration. The Configuration options appear. If you want the poll to expire, select the expiration date on the calendar. Enter the expiration time in the Poll expiration field.  Select the result viewing option: Always - Displays the results to the user before a user has voted and afterward. After voting - Displays the result after a user has voted. After expires - Displays the results only after the expiration date and time.   Click Ok. Voting To vote for a poll option, select the desired poll option and click Vote on the rendered poll. View Results To see results, click View results on the rendered poll.
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Which books do you all use as references or when learning new material? Some books I've used include:   Elementary Number Theory- Kenneth Rosen: I thought this was a good introduction to number theory and computational aspects, including some cryptography. Later chapters became more focused on theorems and proofs, without really providing enough by themselves for the reader to attempt a lot of the homework problems. Applied Combinatorics- Alan Tucker: I continue to use this book as a reference. It's great if you have a basic grasp of graph theory or combinatorics and want to go into some more detail. It's definitely a strong undergraduate introduction to both topics, and it really leans more on the computer science end than the math end (at least, that's how I felt).  Cryptography: Theory and Practice- Douglas Stinson: I'm using this book in my Crypto class this coming semester. I've glanced through it, and it is definitely an applications book rather than strictly theory. It also isn't necessarily as friendly as the early chapters in Rosen's Number Theory book. One thing I do like is that Stinson talks about the cryptographic schemas in terms of groups, rather than simply limiting to the canonical group Z mod p. Other good books include Donald Knuth's The Art of Computer Programming, and Sedgewick's book on Algorithms. 
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Answer These Questions to prove your a real Harry Potter fan! Chapter Nine: The Midnight Duel 1. Describe the Remembrall. What does it look like and what is its function? 2. Why is the usually self-confident Hermione nervous about flying? 3. In what way does Harry suspect that brooms might be similar to horses? Accurately quote the text. 4. How does Draco’s attempt to get Harry in trouble for flying backfire? 5. What does Harry mean when he thinks that he has “walked into a nightmare”?