Tip: let the generator create the worksheet, then frame the extent of the worksheet you wish to share (e.g. avoiding displaying answers - 10 questions works well) and SHARE. From mathshare you or your students can then open that as a PDF in another app (iAnnotatePDF is good) for writing answers on. Once they're happy they can then open the flattened document (that means it will include the answers as annotations) back in mathshare to be sent back to the teacher. This maybe sounds a little complicated but it is an efficient process really.
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