MATH 2250: WebWorK FAQ. Click here to return to the Math 2250 home page. Frequently Asked Questions: What is WebWork? Why is my browser not loading WebWork? How do I log in?/What if I forget my password? How do I use WebWork? How many submissions do I get per question? Is there a penalty for incorrect submissions? I know my answer is right, but WebWork is counting my submission wrong. What do I do? Can I get an extension on my homework? Can I print my homework so I can work on it offline? How do I use WebWork off campus? About WebWorK. WebWork is a free online system that will be used to deliver your homework. WebWork can be accessed by going to this address: https://webwork2.math.uga.edu/webwork2. WebWork is compatible with all browsers on PC, Mac, tablets, iPads, etc. If your browser gives you a "Security Certificate" error, you will have to add an exception. Please click here if you need assistance in adding certificate exceptions. Click here to go back to the top. Logging Into WebWorK. Make sure that you are in the correct WebWork page. Your username will be your UGA myID, and your password is your nine digit student 810/811 number. For example, if your UGA myID is uga30602 and your student ID number is 8101234560, then your username is uga30602 and your password is 810123456. Once you log in, you may change your password. If you have any issues logging in and need your password reset, you will need to contact your instructor. Click here to go back to the top. Using WebWorK. Using WebWork becomes easier with repeated use. You will have to be careful with your keystroke entries. For example, if you are trying to input the expression below: You would type in: (sin (8x) + (4x - 3) ^2 - ln(x) ) / (e^x + (x-1)^(1/3)). If your numerator or denominator has more than one term, you will need to use parentheses. Unless otherwise specified, you have unlimited number of attempts for all WebWork questions. There is no penalty for any incorrect submissions. If you think that WebWork is marking your submission incorrectly, then you will need to contact your instructor. You can do so by clicking on the "Email your Instructor" button at the bottom. Homework extensions are at the discretion of individual instructors. You will need to contact him/her if you need extra time to complete your assignment. If you want to print a hardcopy version of your assignment, you can do so by following these steps: Select the homework set that you want to print. At the bottom of the set, click on "Download PDF or TeX Hardcopy for Current Set". Click "Generate Hardcopy" and print as necessary. Click here to go back to the top.