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Rob_Holman wrote:1. Suppose I generate a table of 12 problems... can I get Mathematica to organize those 12 items into a 4 X 3 grid, for example? My attempts to do this have always resulted in a 4 X 3 grid wherein each cell contained 12 items.
Rob_Holman wrote:2. I've gotten the grid dividers built like I want, but the entry in each box basically fills the box. I'd like to leave a lot of extra room in the bottom of each grid "cell" to allow room for students to show work, but I can't seem to do this well. I've tried the Alignment and Spacing commands, but neither of these seem to do quite what I want. I've thought of making each entry in the Table a column, where the entries below the top entry are blank, but hoped there was a more elegant way to achieve what I'd like.
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