Arithmetic Questions, Possibility of asking more than one unknown in a question (autograded)

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Abraham.G.34
Abraham.G.34 Posts: 7 🔍
edited March 28 in Higher Ed / Postsecondary

Hello,

When I create an arithmetic question I could only ask one unknown in a given question.

1-Is it possible to ask several unknowns in one question?

2-Is it possible to ask some unknowns in a table like the image attached below?

As an example given A=10 and B=5, I would like to ask the followings in one question.

For instance nesting a formula in a cell :

What is A+B=?

What is A*B=?

What is A-B=?

What is A/B=?

This would be very tedious to ask the same question partially in 4 separate ones instead. Generally in an arithmetic question there might be a need to ask more than one unknown.

Numbers
Given

Questions
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Questions
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A=10

=AxB?

=A+B?

B=5

=A/B?

=A-B?

A similar situation can be brought up for FIB type question (already asked)

I would be grateful for the guidance.

Thanks

Abraham

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  • Dmitry.L.956
    Dmitry.L.956 Posts: 53
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    Hello Abraham,
    Currently, you can do it by creating sections in quizzes.
    You can formulate your general question in the section title, and then list specific questions related to the title as separate questions of the quiz.

  • Abraham.G.34
    Abraham.G.34 Posts: 7 🔍
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    Thank you Dimitry,

    Is this possible to do it in arithmetic questions?

    I tried to do create separate sections but did not work.

    Do you know any link training how to create separate sections in arithmetic within one question?

    Thanks

    Abraham