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#### 4.1.6 statement

This is the command used to start the statement for the exercise. Only one statement has to be included for each block. This is useful if you want to change some assumptions and then ask another set of questions. Whatever is inside statament/endstatement is passed verbatim to the LaTeX file.

Example of statement

This is an exercise on the normal distribution:

     title Basics of the normal distribution''
block
statement
For a normal distribution with mean $\mu$ and standard deviation
$\sigma$, answer the following questions:
question
The distribution is
. symmetric
. skewed
. bimodal
. uniform
: None of the above
endquestion
endblock
block
statement
For the normal distribution with $\mu=0$ and $\sigma=1$
endstatement
question
The median is equal to
. 0
. 1
. -1
. 0.1
. None of the above
endquestion
endblock