Matrix dialog --- Introduction ---

In an exercise of dialog, the computer presents a problem, and it is up to you to ask it questions which would help you selve this problem. You can solve problem once you have gathered enough information. But you will be punished if you ask more questions than absolutely necessary!

In this module, you have 3 dialog exercises on matrices.

Choose the exercises:
One series will have exercises.
Level of severity

Choose one or more exercises from the list and specify the settings (simplified or expert menu). Then click Start. The exercises will be randomly selected from your selection (or otherwise from among all the available exercises if you didn't select any).

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